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Dutch govt calls for minimum security requirements for consumer IoT devices

Monday 8 October 2018 | 09:14 CET | News
The Dutch state secretary Mona Keijzer has called for minimum security requirements for consumer IoT devices. In a note to parliament, she said this should include all devices able to connect to the internet. The Dutch government is working at EU level to set minimum security levels already for wireless connected devices, such as smartphones and thermostats. 

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