At a cybersecurity panel on Friday, Mark Eichorn, an assistant director at the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, gave several examples of the kind of corporate behavior that justifies regulators’ attention. He ?pointed to a recent case where the FTC charged a computer hardware maker called ASUSTeK Computer, whose default login for every router had “admin” as the username and “admin” as the password. The security flaws allowed hackers to gain access to ASUS routers in consumers’ homes, the FTC said.?
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