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What does the internet of things mean for data breaches?
May 11, 2017 - Chase Gunter, FCW

The explosive growth of internet-connected devices creates new pathways for attack for hackers, and expands the possibilities of the kinds of data that can be compromised. The question before policymakers is whether new laws are needed to protect consumers and to govern disclosure of data breaches.

At a May 10 American Bar Association event, Federal Trade Commission Associate Director for Privacy and Identity Protection Maneesha Mithal said that, on the consumer side, the "ubiquitous data collection" creates new risks for consumers, and the voluminous data creates "treasure troves for hackers."

Naomi Lefkowitz, a senior privacy policy advisor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, said, "there will be no perfect privacy," adding that communication and disclosure -- based on standards -- can help address privacy and security concerns.

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