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Consumer backlash may impede IoT growth - study

Wednesday 23 November 2016 | 06:46 CET | News
A report by the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group (BITAG) concluded that unless the IoT device sector improves device security and privacy, consumer backlash may impede the growth of the IoT marketplace and ultimately limit the promise that IoT holds. The IoT device sector is described as the sector of the industry that manufactures and distributes these devices. BITAG issued recommendations in a report to help dramatically improve the security and privacy of IoT devices and minimise the costs associated with collateral damage. The number and diversity of consumer IoT devices is

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