Fonte: GOV UK
The Government’s Code of Practice for Consumer Internet of Things (IoT) Security for manufacturers, with guidance for consumers on smart devices at home.
The Government’s ambition is to make the UK the most secure place in the world to live and do business online, and the best place in the world to start and grow a digital business. As part of this, the Government wants to ensure the security of the growing number of internet-connected devices in the home.
In March 2018 the Government published the Secure by Design report which advocated a fundamental shift in approach to securing IoT devices, by moving the burden away from consumers and ensuring that security is built into products by design. Central to the report was a draft Code of Practice primarily for manufacturers of consumer IoT devices and associated services. An informal consultation on the report and its proposed policy interventions was undertaken.
In October 2018 the Government is published the finalised Code of Practice for Consumer IoT Security. To simplify implementation of its thirteen guidelines, we are also publishing a mapping document that links the Code’s thirteen guidelines to existing recommendations and standards on IoT security. This mapping is also available as an open data JSON file and an interactive version is available on https://iotsecuritymapping.uk.
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