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Regulations could help IoT device security, privacy: experts

News | 06/01/2017 6:15 pm EDT
Ann Cavoukian kicks off a panel discussion on the security of 5G networks at the 5G Huddle conference in Gatineau, Que., on June 1, 2017./Photo by Anja Karadeglija

GATINEAU, Que. — The advent of 5G networks and the accompanying rise in Internet of Things (IoT) devices will bring different and heightened security and privacy risks, experts told a conference focusing on the next generation of wireless networks.

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