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HELPING NCCOE EXPLORE NEW GLOBAL FRAMEWORKS FOR SECURING IOT DEVICES
By 2020 there will be 29 billion connected devices, according to ABI Research1, and a growing percentage will be Internet of Things (IoT) devices that are inherently more vulnerable to attacks than traditional computing equipment. The addition of billions of unsecure (and in many cases unsecurable) IoT devices to global networks is the cyber-equivalent of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch: it is overwhelming, anxiety-causing and mostly out of sight. Securing these devices so that they can operate safely in homes, small businesses, large corporate enterprises and government agencies is critical. We need to explore all viable ideas for a future where IoT can be made more secure, so they can continue to deliver improved safety, efficiency and convenience to all parts of our societies and economies. The Manufacturer Usage Description (MUD) framework is one such idea that is worth exploring.
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