Internet of Things (IoT): A Study of Security Issues and Challenges
Keywords:Internet of Things, IoT, security, challenges
The Internet of Things is one of the most popular networking concepts. The Internet of Things architecture promises to connect anybody, anywhere, with anything. Unlike the traditional Internet, the Internet of Things uses heterogeneous wired and wireless networks to connect a huge number of machines, resource-constrained devices, and sensors. Even though the Internet of Things might become one of the most popular networking concepts that provide many benefits to its users, it is also open to many security issues and challenges. Based on the study, shows that Perception, Network and Application layers are the most open to security issues. Next, the security challenges inside and across the Internet of Things are also highlighted in this study.
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