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The Governor of California Approves Bills that will Tighten the Security, Privacy of IoT Devices

siliconreview The Governor of California Approves Bills that will Tighten the Security, Privacy of IoT Devices

The governor of California – Jerry Brown, has signed two bills. The Assembly Bill 1906 and the Senate Bill 327 was announced on September 28 this month. Both the bill is said to be a law within the time frame of 15 months. In other words, on January, 1st 2020 we will see high security on internet related devices for the residence in California.  One of the lawmakers behind the legislation mentioned that this is a delayed effect. The decision makers want to have a control over things by making sure that these devices are safe and also making sure that the manufacturers take responsibility for its devices. The industry will be held accountable but also making sure that these new rulers do not stifle innovation or unduly burden it with regulation.

The IoT market is growing rapidly and time has shown us that we will be seeing new innovations every month and something every day. With this fast-paced innovation movement, we will be experiencing a high raise it gadgets, devices, wearables, home appliances and more. The search for technology has never ended. There is no sign of it ending. Thus, with the bills specifying certain authentification outside the local area network, the security factors should be enhanced. Let us see what happens in the future for the IoT market in other regions.