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IEEE Monthly Technical Talk by IEEE VIC IoT Community

October 7, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm AEDT

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The Internet of Things (IoT) Security Trust Mark™ (STM) https://iotsecuritytrustmark.org is a third-party conformity assessment, certification and voluntary ‘live’ labelling scheme providing IoT users (consumers) with a recognisable level of assurance that IoT provider’s (vendor/manufacturer) security claims about their product have been independently evaluated and conform with internationally established baseline security requirements. The talk will cover:

  • History
  • Key Tenets
  • Reasons & Requirements
  • Governance & Process
  • International IoT Security Standards, Recommendations, Guidelines & Codes 
  • Alignment with IoT Security Trust Mark™ Baseline Requirements
  • Next steps


Matt Tett is the Managing Director of Enex P/L. He is well known globally across industry and government as a very well connected, highly technical straight shooter. Effectively applying science to translating complex technology for the layperson, ensuring consumers receive what they are paying for.

Matt is an Advisor and Subject Matter Expert (SME) for IoT Security Mark P/L who operate the global IoT Security Trust Mark™ (STM) Certification and voluntary labelling scheme. (www.iotsecuritytrustmark.org).

He is the founder of the National Day of The Month (DOTM) club, which currently has over 3300 members from the information security industry. (www.dotm.com.au)

Enex TestLab’ objective is to use science to keep tech vendors honest by rigorously testing their product claims and ensuring consumer requirements are met factually. (www.testlab.com.au), Enex TestLab is an independent ISO17025 accredited testing laboratory with a 30+ year history, RMIT university heritage, and ISO 9001 QMS Quality, ISO 27001 ISMS Security and ISO 45001 OH&S certifications.

Matt is a current board director of Communications Alliance (www.commsalliance.com.au) and a former board director of the Internet Industry Association. He is also the current chair of IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA) (www.iot.org.au) enabler Work Stream 3 (eWS-3) – Cyber Security and Network Resilience and sits on the IoTAA Executive Council.

Matt is also a Director of eMetric P/L (T/AS Honesty Box™). (www.honestybox.io)

He also serves on the Online Safety Consultative Working Group (OSCWG) for the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, the Communications Alliance Cyber Security Reference Panel (CSRP), the CSRP Fraud subgroup and the Communications Resilience Administration Industry Group (CRAIG), the Internet Australia Cyber Security SIG, and is a member of the research advisory committee for the Internet Commerce Security Laboratory at Federation University. He is a committee member participating in the development of Standards related to IT-042-00-01 – IoT and Related Technologies.

Matt has a deep technical background in network and security systems and he holds the following security certifications in good standing for 17+ years: CISSP, CISM, CSEPS and CISA. He is a certified Government security advisor and retains State and Federal Government security clearances.

He is also a judge for a number of industries, including the Commsday “Edison” Awards, IT Journo “Lizzies” Awards, InnovationAus Awards for Excellence, IoT Impact Awards and the Australian Women in Security Networking Awards.