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PSA Certified is a security certification scheme for Internet of Things (IoT) hardware, software and devices. It was created by seven stakeholder companies as part of a global partnership. The security scheme was created by Arm Holdings, Brightsight, CAICT, Prove & Run, Riscure, TrustCB and UL. Arm Holdings first brought forward the Platform Security Architecture (PSA) specifications in 2017 to outline common standards for IoT security, with PSA Certified assurance scheme launching two years later in 2019.
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PSA Certified is a security certification scheme for Internet of Things (IoT) hardware, software and devices. It was created by seven stakeholder companies as part of a global partnership. The security scheme was created by Arm Holdings, Brightsight, CAICT, Prove & Run, Riscure, TrustCB and UL. Arm Holdings first brought forward the Platform Security Architecture (PSA) specifications in 2017 to outline common standards for IoT security, with PSA Certified assurance scheme launching two years later in 2019.
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