James Kim, Brian Long, Jessica McGahie Sawyer, McDermott Will & Emery: NIST Guidance on Internet of Things (IoT)

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James Kim, Brian Long, Jessica McGahie Sawyer, McDermott Will & Emery: NIST Guidance on Internet of Things (IoT)
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18/02/2021 – 09:06

…”Standard, everyday appliances like dishwashers and ovens, and necessary devices such as lights and thermostats, are increasingly likely to be Wi-Fi enabled, allowing them to send and receive data. These objects are widely called the internet of things (IoT). These IoT devices have cybersecurity and privacy considerations that differ from normal information technology (IT) devices (e.g., laptops, smartphones, servers). The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has been building a catalog of IoT guidance documents to define these IoT security and privacy considerations and provide general guidance on how to secure IoT devices.”

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