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IoT Security Bills Use Federal Spending as Leverage

Bills introduced in the House and Senate this week would require vendors selling IoT devices to the government to adhere to strict security guidelines.

Iot Security, Government

BlackBerry Turns Focus to IoT Security

BlackBerry is offering a new set of services for IoT manufacturers to help them build more secure devices.

Iot Security

FDA Wants to See a Bill of Materials for Medical Devices

The Food and Drug Administration outlines what manufacturers have to do to develop secure medical devices on the draft of its premarket guidance. The FDA laid out recommendations on what information to provide when submitting the devices for premarket approval.

Government, Medical Devices, Iot Security, Iot Vulnerabilities

ICS Networks Plagued By Plaintext Passwords

A new report from CyberX study shows that industrial control systems and industrial internet of things continue to struggle with devices being connected to the internet and legacy protocols exposing passwords.

Iot Security, Manufacturing Security

New California Law Requires Strong Passwords for Internet of Things

Thank you California. Gov. Brown has signed into the law that requires manufacturers to give Internet-connected devices unique passwords and not weak passowords like "admin" by default.

Iot Security, Legislation