The Internet of Things: Perspectives on Security from RFID and WSN

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Shah, Ayush; Pal, Ambar; Acharya, H. B.;
(2016)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture | Computer Science - Cryptography and Security

A massive current research effort focuses on combining pre-existing 'Intranets' of Things into one Internet of Things. However, this unification is not a panacea; it will expose new attack surfaces and vectors, just as it enables new applications. We therefore urgently ... View more
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