A group of companies, including AT&T, Nokia and Symantec have formed the IoT Cybersecurity Alliance, in an effort to work together to best solve challenges unique to the internet-of-things sphere and assuage "business concerns" surrounding IoT, ZDNet reports. "The new group outlined a number of specific goals, starting with conducting collaborative research on IoT security challenges across verticals such as health care, automotive, and industrial," the report states. "The group also aims to influence the development of security standards and policies surrounding IoT." Additionally, the group hopes to improve the ease of security access "across the ecosystem," as well as to increase education efforts with businesses and consumers on IoT issues.
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