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S.ANKITHA, B.Tech(CSE), 3rd year Student, GMR Institute of Technology, Rajam
M.BALAJEE, Sr. Asst. Prof., Dept. of CSE, GMRIT, Rajam, INDIA
Internet of Things (IoT) involves creating network of everyday items embedded with electronics, software and network connectivity. For any technology to be successful and achieve widespread use, it needs to gain the trust of users by providing adequate security and privacy assurance. Some of the devices used by IoT can accommodate only very basic security mechanisms, the likes of which are incapable of maintaining the integrity and conﬁdentiality of the users’ data. The IoT developed the concepts of smart cities and smart health concept(s-Health), understood as a context-aware healthcare paradigm for smart environments, improves the quality of healthcare systems within smart cities. Data security in IoT is one of substantial issues and security protocols provided by communication technologies used in IoT such as: ZigBee. The combination of the Internet and emerging technologies such as near- field communications, real-time localization, and embedded sensors lets us transform everyday objects into smart objects that can understand and react to their environment. Such objects are building blocks for the Internet of Things and enable novel computing applications.
security, privacy, smart-health, ZigBee, IoT
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S.ANKITHA, M.BALAJEE, SECURITY AND PRIVACY ISSUES IN IoT, SCIREA Journal of Agriculture. Vol. 1 , No. 2 , 2016 , pp. 135 - 142 .
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