Telecommunications. Audio and video engineering

Committee: NSAI/TC 2 (ICT )
Origin: NSAI
Close date: 09 Aug 2024
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The present document specifies high-level security and data protection provisions for consumer IoT devices that are 
connected to network infrastructure (such as the Internet or home network) and their interactions with associated 
services. A non-exhaustive list of examples of consumer IoT devices includes: 
• connected children's toys and baby monitors; 
• connected smoke detectors, door locks and window sensors; 
• IoT gateways, base stations and hubs to which multiple devices connect; 
• smart cameras, smart speakers and smart TVs together with their remote controls; 
• wearable health trackers; 
• connected home automation and alarm systems, especially their gateways and hubs; 
• connected appliances, such as washing machines and fridges; and 
• smart home assistants. 
Moreover, the present document addresses security considerations specific to constraints in device resources. 
EXAMPLE: Typical device resources that might constrain the security capabilities are energy supply, 
communication bandwidth, processing power or (non-)volatile memory capacity. 
The present document provides basic guidance through examples and explanatory text for organizations involved in the 
development and manufacturing of consumer IoT on how to implement those provisions. Table B.1 provides a schema 
for the reader to give information about the implementation of the provisions. 
Devices that are not consumer IoT devices, for example those that are primarily intended to be used in manufacturing, 
healthcare or other industrial applications, are not in scope of the present document. 
The present document has been developed primarily to help protect consumers, however, other users of consumer IoT 
equally benefit from the implementation of the provisions set out here. 
Annex A (informative) of the present document has been included to provide context to clauses 4, 5 and 6 (normative). 
Annex A contains examples of device and reference architectures and an example model of device states including data storage for each state. 

Committee: NSAI/TC 2 (ICT )
Origin: NSAI
Close date: 12 Aug 2024
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The present document specifies test methods and severities for the verification of the required resistibility of telecommunication equipment according to the relevant environmental class.


The tests defined in the present document apply to portable and non-stationary use of equipment, covering the environments stated in ETSI EN 300 019-1-7 [1]. 

Committee: IEC/TC 100 (Audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment)
Origin: IEC
Close date: 23 Aug 2024
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Committee: CLC/TC 100X (error)
Close date: 23 Aug 2024
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Committee: NSAI/TC 2 (ICT )
Origin: NSAI
Close date: 25 Aug 2024
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The present document gives guidance and provisions for making IoT smart applications and products interoperable at the semantic level in compliance to the SAREF framework. It contains provisions about how to use SAREF, points to the relevant existing Technical Reports and Technical Specifications and specifies a methodology to follow for showing SAREF compliance according to the present SAREF EN. Further on, it describes how to contribute optionally to a new SAREF extension (if what Users need is not yet in the SAREF framework).


The present document addresses parties involved in the development and manufacturing of IoT smart applications and products, who might take different roles in their organization like:


executives and product owners, who decide on to invest in a SAREF-compliant product;


developers, who will implement a SAREF-compliant product as non-ontology experts or even ontology




Different roles imply different intentions and expectations when reading the present document according to their tasks in the organization. The present document considers this by its implemented structure. Clause 4 provides guidance about how to go throughout the present document in order to judge, which clauses might be essential for the special role of the reader and which ones might be skipped.