- Oman’s TRA, or telecommunications regulatory authority, recently issued a new directive regarding IoT devices’ international roaming.
- The TRA has concentrated on the regulatory difficulties of global challenges for IoT device and consulted with significant parties in the telecommunications before issuing the directive.
- IoT services that use international SIM cards will be allowed for a maximum of 90 days, according to the directive.
- There are three main goals for the new directive: coordinating IoT devices’ international roaming, safeguarding beneficiaries’ personal information, and raising the security level of Internet of Things services.
- As per the mandate, IoT device can be given international roaming by the supplier or importer either through local networks or by utilizing an temporary SIM/E-SIM from the licensee in the Sultanate of Oman.
Cyber Security under the NCCS CommSec Scheme is taking great momentum. The official start date for Access Points and Routers is 1st March 2024. NCCS