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Survey: Execs worldwide back IoT security rules
Tech executives and business decision-makers want stronger regulation and guidelines for internet-of-things devices, according to a report released by a cybersecurity provider Gemalto. The report includes a survey of 950 "IT and business decision makers globally," including 200 in the United States. Gemalto found that nine in 10 respondents supported some IoT cybersecurity regulations. Among those that are seeking more regulations, 59 percent said that rules should include identifying who is responsible for securing data in different parts of the ecosystem, and 53 percent said there should be consequences for lapses. In the U.S., lawmakers and the federal agencies have considered different approaches to the explosion of endpoints and data created by IoT technology, but as FCW has reported, no federal regulator is claiming jurisdiction, and Congress has yet to pass laws governing the IoT ecosystem.
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