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Bruce Schneier: Governments Will Regulate IoT Security
8 June 2017, 9:00 pm

Governments will soon step in and demand regulation of the security measures applied to IoT devices, believes security guru Bruce Schneier. 

According to Schneier, who gave a keynote speech at the Infosecurity Europe 2017 event, this measure is only natural since the industry has failed to self-regulate over the years, leaving the world susceptible to multiple attacks from all types of actors. 

The Register reports that Schneier believes the correct way to think about the Internet of Things is as if we are building a world-sized distributed robot with no centralized control. Of course, this is not a robot in the classic sense, such as we see in movies. "But the Internet senses, thinks and acts. And what is interesting to me about that is that's the classic definition of a robot," Schneier said. 

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