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In October 2018, Government of UK published code of practice for IoT vendors to improve the security of consumer IoT products, The document listed 13 guidelines for consumer IoT devices that are connected to the Internet and/or home network such as smart cameras, TVs, home appliances and home automation systems. The GOV.UK guidelines can also be mapped to several industry standards and best practices on IoT security that includes ENISA and IoT Security Foundation. A detailed mapping between these guidelines has been published in a separate document. The following guidelines were concerned with secure firmware development:

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Firmware Reviewer automatically addresses those UK Goverment Guidelines. However, there have been different IoT Security guidelines published by different parties as good practices or baselines while there is no global standard for IoT Device Security, which as a result has created confusions in both vendors and users. They not only know which guidelines they should follow or which practices they should apply but also find a significant number of the practices impractical or irrelevant to their cases.

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