The global standard for IoT security, ioXt Alliance has reportedly announced that Tuya Smart, an AIoT company offering its fully integrated platform to companies to perform all their digital operations, has gotten its Wi-Fi module certified using the alliance’s ioXt Certification Program.

The Wi-Fi module certification points to the start of Tuya’s relationship with the ioXt Alliance as well as further growth of the ioXt Alliance through the all-in-one AIoT platform of Tuya.

ioXt Alliance has the support of some of the biggest companies in the technology field, including Comcast, T-Mobile, Amazon, Google, and others. The alliance is a group of over 200 top OEMs, standard groups, wireless carriers, government organizations, and compliance labs working to maintain best security practices and establishing testable standards that provide consumers, retailers, and manufacturers product confidence in this highly connected world.

ioXt Certification Program evaluates a product against eight ioXt pledge principles before its authorization. These eight principles outline the necessary security levels. Once devices clear self-attestation or lab testing, they are declared safe to get the ioXt SmartCert label.

With key manufacturers and tech disruptors on its board, increasing membership, with four attested labs working as exclusive test providers, the alliance continues to lead the way in devising market led worldwide security standards that can be tested at scale.

CTO of ioXt Alliance, Brad Ree stated that the organization is thrilled to see Tuya Smart certify its WBR3N Wi-Fi+BT module from ioXt. The company has a great worldwide developer community as well as an immense number of worldwide manufacturers who have already used the firm’s platform to deliver the power of IoT for a broad range of consumer products.

Ree further added that the company shows that a safe IoT can be achieved at the desired scale for consumer products. The alliance is also thrilled to have Tuya Smart on board, and is confident that its ongoing participation would continue to take IoT device security forward.

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