UK needs kitemark system to warn consumers of device security threats, say MPs

Nicholas Fearn
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The government needs to take a long-term approach to protecting against the risk of cyber-attacks, says Public Accounts Committee chair.

The UK should develop a kitemark system for electronic devices and websites to warn consumers of their security risks, MPs have suggested. According to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), Brita...

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