California Governor Jerry Brown established a cyber security bill to manage the devices of the Internet of Things and made the state the first country to adopt such a law.
Mr. Brown signed the bill, SB 327, on Friday. According to the law, manufacturers of devices connected to the Internet and "smart" need to have the gadget have "reasonable" security features to protect the device and its contained information. "
In June, California passed the data privacy law. This is said to be the toughest in some countries. This includes stopping the collection and sale of personal data according to consumer demand. However, the new IoT rule received mixed criticism.
Some observers believe that the law governing on January 1, 2020 is vague and will not go far enough from the perspective of protection. However, other people say California 's rules focus on IoT' s security issues, as the size of the state actually sets the standards to be protected by the world. Country.
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