A Potential Threat to Security and Privacy Based on IOT
Shaikh Fiza Hamid
nternet of Things (IoT), Security & Privacy, Trust, Consumer Electronics .
Consumers Electronic IOT products are made with an improper security. Without proper security on this consumers electronic IOT products anyone like hackers can access the user data and the hacker can misused it. After getting the information the hackers can demand for anything to the user. In this paper we will use the five different act for the security purpose which are BORROW, RENT, GIFT, RESALE ,and RETIRE .In borrow process the IOT consumers takes the products and another consumers uses with the intension of return after usage .In the rent process the IOT consumers takes the products and give it to another for the temporary usage and put charges on the products. In gift process the IOT consumers buy the product and give it to another without taking any charges or return after usage. In resale process the consumers resale the used product or bought previously product. In the retire process the IOT consumer throughout the used product or the product when it became out of services. But the retire act become “IOT Waste” and by this hacker can easily access the consumer information and it can misuse it. we have mention some challenges in this paper. And at last we will tell about how you should use the IOT product with full of security and privacy without getting your information misused.
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Unique Paper ID: 150949

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 11

Page(s): 89 - 94
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