UK Likely Ahead of US in Setting Global Agenda for IoT Regulation
Last week the U.K. announced plans to introduce new laws for IoT devices. The proposed regulations could potentially influence the approach taken in the United States—which may be a long time coming.
Last week, U.K. digital minister Margaret James announced that consultation had begun on potential legislation for IoT devices, including passwords that could not be reset to factory settings and a minimum length of time during which the device will continue to receive security updates.
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