IoT Alliance Australia Releases Data Best Practice Guide For B2C Providers

Tas Bindi: While not legally binding, the guide is a step towards ensuring IoT device and service providers and consumers are working together to mitigate privacy and security risks associated with IoT.

The Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) has published its general guide for B2C IoT device and service providers, outlining seven principles pertaining to customer protection, accountability, customer empowerment, cyber protection, customer data transparency, data minimization, and customer data control.

Estimates by the not-for-profit body using industry data indicate that the widescale use of internet-connected devices could drive up to AU$120 billion of new economic activity in Australia in up to a decade.

The main industries to benefit from the deployment of IoT are…

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