Consumers willing to open their wallets to secure their home IoT devices

Consumers willing to open their wallets to secure their home IoT devices

UK government to introduce new regulations to make IoT products secure by design

Nearly three in four consumers are aware of inherent security weaknesses in IoT devices and are willing to pay a monthly fee to keep such device secure from hacking attacks, new research has revealed.

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