This has been way too long coming and sorely needed for years on end, unfortunately, its only here in the US at the moment. Sponsored by NIST. To date. Quite a few companies have already jumped aboard. From the article:
To award a label to a smart device, manufacturers must meet criteria published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). These criteria include using strong default passwords, having strong data protection measures, software updates, and incident detection capabilities.
The new program already has quite a lot of participants including Amazon, Best Buy, Carnegie Mellow University, CyLab, Cisco Systems, Connectivity Standards Alliance, Consumer Reports, Consumer Technology Association, Google, Infineon, the Information Technology Industry Council, IoXT, KeySight, LG Electronics U.S.A., Logitech, OpenPolicy, Qorvo, Qualcomm, Samsung Electronics, UL Solutions, Yale and August U.S.