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Thursday, January 12, 2017


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"As more consumer devices connect to the Internet, regulators take a more aggressive stance requiring security promises be met... The D-Link case is the FTC's third case in the Internet of Things (IOT) space. The first was in 2014 against TRENDnet, Inc., a computer networking devices retailer, and the second was in 2016 against ASUSTek Computer, Inc., a computer hardware manufacturer... IOT companies need to remain vigilant and use resources such as the Open Web Application Project, the NIST and the FTC's published guidance to learn about the latest security practices in the industry. IOT companies likely will not be safe from regulatory scrutiny if they do not remain current with the latest security practices."



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