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      Demystifying User Data Privacy in the World of IOT

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          Internet of Things (IoT) would touch upon almost all aspects of everyday life, as a consequence of which, everything (i.e. living and non-living things) will have a counterpart virtual identities on the internet which would be readable, addressable and locatable. Although it would empower its users with 24×7 connectivity around the global world, unknowingly they would also provide it permission to peep into user’s personal world, which can generate a huge risk on the usability of IoT by users. Thus analyzing the framework of IOT from the perspective of user data protection is a very crucial self-test which is required for IoT implementation. Often the term security and privacy are used interchangeably, but in the IoT environment, both these concept would play a crucial but differentiating role. In this paper, we have scanned the IoT environment with the perspective of privacy requirements, possible threats and the mitigating solutions which are currently in use.

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          Journal
          International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering
          IJITEE
          Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Engineering and Sciences Publication - BEIESP
          2278-3075
          August 10 2019
          August 10 2019
          : 8
          : 10
          : 4412-4418
          Article
          10.35940/ijitee.J9835.0881019
          d5bfa0b3-bbd1-43b4-8d37-375c0e15e026
          © 2019

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