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Dutch regulator calls for IoT security standard

Monday 4 June 2018 | 09:52 CET | News
Unsafe IoT equipment is becoming a social risk, Dutch regulator Agentschap Telecom (AT) said in its State of the Ether 2017 annual report. Unsafe devices can unqwillingly give unwanted access to cyber criminals and cyber infections. This could ultimately lead to large-scale network failures of networks and automated business processes. AT said it wants standards for the digital security of all equipment that can be connected to the internet. As long as formal legislation is lacking, the industry should itself come up with standards and a hallmark. The CE mark could be extended with

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Agentschap Telecom
Countries: Netherlands
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