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Continuous, Collaborative, Cognitive Security at the Router and Gateway

The ManySecured project’s aims are to protect people, organisations, business, infrastructure and industry from the cyber security risks posed by the Internet of Things (IoT). We aim to do this automatically with cognitive security built on solid foundations with the power of the open source community, developing next generation technologies based on open security requirements, open specifications, an assurance certification scheme and ‘smart’ controls.

Dr. Nick Allott, leading ManySecured, describes the project as:
‘a collaborative response to the problem of Router and IoT network security

The ManySecured Gateway Project is a collaborative project co-funded by Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency. The project partners are: nquiringMinds, Cisco, BT, University of Oxford and the IoT Security Foundation.

NO single company can do it alone – Collaboration is essential to ensure interoperable security.

To facilitate this collaboration, the IoT Security Foundation has created the ManySecured Special Interest Group (SIG).

ManySecured is about leveraging the power of the crowd – working on open technical standards, specifications and finding solutions first and foremost.

We have dedicated work streams focused on key cybersecurity components

ManySecured SIG

ManySecured Special Interest Group


Gateway or Router Certificationdefines a set of certifiable security requirements for the gateway or router


Secure Usable Intranet Browser secure on-boarding of IoT devices and secure browser initiated connections.


Distributed Device Descriptors – a distributed system for making cryptographically backed statements about device types


Network Monitor provides a mechanism for extracting security relevant data on device activity.


Network Controlprovides a secure mechanism for local and remote control of network configuration and network isolation features.

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