US law makers to introduce IoT security legislation next week

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US law makers to introduce IoT security legislation next week

New legislation would impose minimum security standards on IoT devices - and also encourage 'good faith' hackers to test them

US senators are planning to introduce draft legislation next week that would, for the first time, obligate makers of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to to ensure that their products can be patched and...

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