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Peter Stoddart
17 May 2020, 19:00

IOT Security and Government action.

The recent legislation by the British Government for a new Cyber Law which requires that all manufacturers of IOT devices comply with the following:
1. All IOT passwords must be unique.
2. Manufacturers Must Be Easily Contactable to enable buyers to report vulnerabilities.
3. Manufacturers Must Inform Customers Of The Device’s “Lifespan” over which it will receive security updates.

The threat posed by IOT devices will only be addressed when the manufacturers perceive the importance of good security.

Whilst this does not address the myriad of security issues within the IOT domain, I believe that it is a start.

Thoughts?

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Samantha Stone
18 May 2020, 15:46

Certainly an improvement

IoTSI Security Institute
18 May 2020, 09:37

Yes Indeed. A step in the right direction.

IoTSI Security Institute
17 May 2020, 17:29

https://youtu.be/EMepAoaFNGI

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Freddy Macho
17 May 2020, 08:37

Hello everyone.

We communicate to tell you that we are activating the various channels and social networks to promote the growth of the IoT Security Institute in Chile, and for this we invite you to join our Meetup group so that you can view and participate in upcoming activities in this year 2020 .

We will begin to share information that we will be generating both locally and in the central Board, as well as any type of information that is generated in the general IoT. This week we will begin this dynamic.

https://lnkd.in/eXSugSV

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IoTSI Security Institute
17 May 2020, 11:21

Congratulations Freddy .Excellent work!

Sathish Ashwin
15 May 2020, 12:12

Hello Everyone! I’m happy to let you all know that I will be speaking at the Confederation of Indian Industry - Cyber Security Webinar on 19th May, 2020 #cybersecurity #webinar #CII

CII Webinar
I will be speaking at the Confederation of Indian Industry - Cyber Security Webinar on 19th May, 2020 #cybersecurity #webinar #CII
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Alan Mihalic
15 May 2020, 12:17

Great will a copy of the Webinar be made available post presentation?

IoT Security Institute
14 May 2020, 23:37

"In celebration of Privacy Awareness Week (Australia), Nicole Stephensen shared a 3-part short video series "Privacy Smarts = Business $ense" focused on small businesses, bespoke platforms and startups. With many local governments, including our Smart Cities, changing their procurement policies to focus on local and small business... those who have their privacy house in order will be best placed to compete."

Privacy Smarts = Business $ense Ep01 (Privacy for small business)
In this episode, learn about the importance of good privacy practice for your small business.
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