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The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a significant opportunity for the global economy, society and business. Yet, if not properly secured it also poses security, safety and privacy threats to information systems, data, and users. The impact of these threats could range from minor inconvenience to serious financial loss or data breach, and negatively affect health and safety or compromise national security. With these concerns in mind, regulators have already taken action and applied sanctions against IoT providers, relying on existing laws. 1 As a result, there is a veritable minefield of issues that suppliers need to be aware of in each jurisdiction. Unfortunately, gaps in legislation, and resulting changes to regulation, usually become apparent only when something goes wrong. DOWNLOAD