In recent years, an increasing number of household items such as speakers, televisions and freezers are becoming “smart” and making using of Internet of Things (“IoT”) solutions. The increase in such products looks set to continue but with such technological advancements come security risks, exemplified by the exploitation of IoT devices by the Mirai botnet. The government has therefore recently launched a consultation on regulatory proposals regarding consumer IoT security. 

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