[ZDNet] Singapore inks pact with Finland to mutually recognise IoT security labels

Year after it introduced a security labelling programme for consumer Internet of Things devices, Singapore has signed an agreement with Finland to recognise each nation’s respective cybersecurity labels, touting it as the first such pact.

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