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ANEC calls for a standard test programme for connected products

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Consumers want products to be easy to use, easy to access and easy to install. Cybersecurity and privacy are essential, but an end-user expects to be free of the responsibility for this part of the product. For that reason, common standards need to bring minimum requirements that support consumers.
Consequently, ANEC (the European Consumer Voice in Standardisation) developed a proposal to describe possible checks in the Internet of Things environment which was presented to the July meeting of the CEN-CENELEC Joint Technical Committee 13 on ‘Cybersecurity and Data Protection’. The meeting agreed to launch a feasibility study on ANEC’s proposal.

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