UK 'Code of Practice' for IoT manufacturers doesn't address the main threat to IoT security

If not properly secured at the network level then not only is a WiFi router itself liable to attack or hijacking, but every device connected to it is also vulnerable, no matter how secure (or not) the hardware is.

by Charles Towers-Clark

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