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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#592 Underwriters Labs refuses to share new IoT cybersecurity standard
UL, the 122-year-old safety standards organisation whose various marks (UL, ENEC, etc.) certify minimum safety standards in fields as diverse as electrical wiring, cleaning products, and even dietary supplements, is now tackling the cybersecurity of Internet of Things (IoT) devices with its new UL 2900 certification. But there's a problem: UL's refusal to freely share the text of the new standard with security researchers leaves some experts wondering if UL knows what they're doing.
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#592 Underwriters Labs refuses to share new IoT cybersecurity standard
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#589 Cisco report: Cybersecurity to help businesses deliver digital growth strategies
#588 Let's Encrypt free security certificate program leaves beta
#587 The future of Firefox is … Chrome
#586 Jigsaw ransomware decrypted: Will delete your files until you pay the Ransom
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