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2018-09-30 | California to require reasonable IoT security by 2020, Cybersecurity awareness month kicks off, and Ireland’s DPC could fine Facebook $1.63B
Monday, October 1
California is telling IoT manufacturers they must have “reasonable” security features by 2020. They became the first state with an Internet of Things cybersecurity law.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Tim Berners Lee’s Solid. “one small step for the web…”
Happy first day of the 15th cybersecurity awareness month
A blog about a pretty elegant phishing approach on Steam
There really is no such thing as a good conference app
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It probably doesn’t go far enough — but that’s no reason not to pass it