Reviewing Regulatory Landscape for Cybersecurity of Connected Products
There is an immediate need for laws and regulations to protect information on connected products from online theft or manipulation.
Cybercriminals can easily access full networks through vulnerabilities of individual devices which presents an increased security risk.
This whitepaper will look at:
- Recent developments in cybersecurity regulations and standards around the world for connected Products.
- A focus on the EU, UK, USA, Australia, China, Brazil, South Africa, Etc and which of them took only tentative action.
- The most common requirements for manufacturers of connected products.
Rebeka El Hadad, Regulatory Analyst
Rebeka is a Regulatory Analyst with the Global Regulatory Compliance Team.
She is responsible for monitoring and researching regulatory developments in the Arabic speaking countries of the Middle East, as well as advising on regulations related to Cybersecurity and connected products.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Language & Literature from the University of Gaza and a Master’s Degree in Translation & Interpreting (English – Arabic) from Durham University, UK.