FCC creates voluntary cybersecurity labelling program for smart products

United States of America - FCC creates voluntary cybersecurity labelling program for smart products
Posted by Admin in United States of America - 25-MAR-24
On March 14th, 2024, The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to create a voluntary cybersecurity labelling program for wireless consumer Internet of Things (“IoT”) products. 
Among program highlights: 
  • The U.S. Cyber Trust Mark logo will initially appear on wireless consumer IoT products that meet the program’s cybersecurity standards. 
  • The logo will be accompanied by a QR code that consumers can scan for easy-to-understand details about the security of the product, such as the support period for the product and whether software patches and security updates are automatic. 
  • The voluntary program will rely on public-private collaboration, with the FCC providing oversight and approved third-party label administrators managing activities such as evaluating product applications, authorizing use of the label, and consumer education.  
  • Compliance testing will be handled by accredited labs. 
  • Examples of eligible products may include home security cameras, voice-activated shopping devices, internet-connected appliances, fitness trackers, garage door openers, and baby monitors.
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