The Mirai attack on the Internet last October was certainly eye-opening.  It brought to the forefront all that is not secure with the Internet of Things.  So it begs the question – who is ultimately responsible to  secure the IoT?  Many feel that the Federal Government should take the lead through active legislation to create security policy and requirements.  But, will that be enough?  

Huge security flaws are being ignored by manufacturers—and are not easy to fix.

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