The deployment of networked Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to enable smart cities, campuses and communities provides great opportunities for improved operations and efficiencies, increased sustainability, new valuable services and an improved user experience. The monumental increase in digital attack surfaces due to the wide deployment of IoT technologies also creates great risk for people, devices and critical infrastructure. There is physical, data, financial and reputation risk. The key attributes of Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety and Security (TIPPSS) need to be assessed and addressed for all IoT applications, devices, processes and services. In this session we will discuss the attributes of TIPPSS as applied to makers of devices, designers of networked systems, and users in the increasingly networked world enabled by the Internet of Things. TIPPSS (Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety, and Security) can be used to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities for campus or enterprise IoT deployments. TIPPSS can be used in multiple contexts, including defining vendor requirements, providing a structured approach to identify risks, and informing the lifecycle approach to Internet of Things (IoT) security risk management.