IT - IoT

With the convergence of home and work networks, IoT vulnerability platforms might push security awareness across consumer and enterprise IoT and assist manufacturers with regulations

"The IoT Security Foundation announced the launch of its vulnerability disclosure platform, VulnerableThings, for consumer IoT in October. The platform prepares vendors for IoT security regulations and provides an easier way for security researchers to report vulnerabilities.

Organizations already use available vulnerability disclosure reporting processes and resources -- such as Mitre's common vulnerabilities and exposures program or NIST National Vulnerability Database -- the IoT Security Foundation intends to simplify the difficulties researchers and vendors must navigate. The platform guides manufacturers with policy templates and prompts to resolve consumer IoT vulnerabilities and comply with industry standards. Security researchers can submit vulnerabilities and track the manufacturer's progress to resolve them..."

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