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Daily Dashboard | UL Working On Wearable Security, Privacy Standard Related reading: This week's top-five most-read privacy stories

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UL, formerly known as Underwriters Labs, will soon certify the safety and security of wearables and other Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, Computerworld reports. The company, which is better known for certifying appliances for electrical safety, is currently developing draft security and privacy requirements for IoT devices and expects to launch the program in early 2016. “When we think of how wearables are used, there are a lot of different implications for security,” said UL Principal Engineer for Medical Software and System Interoperability Anura Fernando, adding UL aims to “begin to raise the bar for how security should be addressed … and establish a minimal baseline for what should be addressed much like we did with electricity 120 years ago.”
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