Internet of Things Research Study

Suddenly, everything from refrigerators to sprinkler systems
are wired and interconnected, and while these devices have
made life easier, they’ve also created new attack vectors for
hackers. These devices are now collectively called the Internet
of Things (IoT). IoT devices are poised to become more
pervasive in our lives than mobile phones and will have access
to the most sensitive personal data such as social security
numbers and banking information. As the number of
connected IoT devices constantly increase, security concerns
are also exponentially multiplied. A couple of security concerns
on a single device such as a mobile phone can quickly turn to
50 or 60 concerns when considering multiple IoT devices in an
interconnected home or business. In light of the importance of
what IoT devices have access to, it’s important to understand
their security risk.

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