Government unveils new measures to make IoT devices more secure

Nicholas Fearn
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Connected tech manufacturers told to implement security by design

Connected technology companies will be expected to integrate a string of tough security measures into their devices under new government plans unveiled today. After conducting a comprehensive re...

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