A Survey on Applications, Privacy and Security Issues in Internet of Things

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Abstract: Growing interactions and technological advancements among various electronic devices has led to the concept of Internet of things (IoT). Any thoughtful impact to the advancement of the Internet of Things must necessarily be the result of sensors and internet as a whole. This paper introduces the concept of Internet of Things, its basic architecture and applications in various fields. Concerns are also raised over the misuse and misinterpretation of personal information pertaining to device and individual privacy. This survey tries to summarize the concerns of privacy and security threats of IoT.


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