Stick with Security: Apply sound security practices when developing new products

Bureau of Consumer Protection Business Center Blog Updates from the Federal Trade Commission

By Thomas B. Pahl, Acting Director, FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection

Your company has a killer concept for an innovative app or connected product and you're in that blue-sky-and-whiteboard stage. You'll have lots of opportunities to develop your distribution chain, create eye-catching ads, and start the social media buzz. But there's one task that can't wait. Now is the time to start with security – and that includes applying sound security practices when developing new products.
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