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Germany sets minimum security requirements for broadband routers

Monday 19 November 2018 | 09:26 CET | News
Germany's IT security agency BSI has published minimum technical specifications for broadband routers. The guidelines for manufacturers set a minimum level of IT security measures that should be implemented for routers sold to consumers. Those who meet the criteria can place a label on their products to show customers they meet security standards. 

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