The broadband access availability and bandwidth for the in-home domain have increased over 500% between 2000 and 2010. This, together with other technological innovations, has led to a situation where connected devices in the in-home domain increase both in numbers and in complexity. Consumers want to take advantage of the possibilities these devices offer but are unable to cope with the risks that accompany the usage of these connected devices. The cyclic execution of vulnerability discovery, classification, reporting, and remediation, called VM, could be part of the answer. Although VM in the in-home domain can theoretically be executed by the consumer, this research concluded that most Dutch consumers lack the technical skill and knowledge to do so. Therefore, this thesis proposes a solution in which the Dutch government, the connected device manufacturer, the internet service provider, and the VM solution provider assist the consumer in doing VM in his or her in-home domain. The end-result of this research is a roadmap which defines the steps per stakeholder, needed to build and run VM in the in-home domain in the Netherlands. 

 

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