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September 2nd, 2017:

IoT Security — Research report highlights 30 improvements for privacy AUG-2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) are a family of devices like smart TVs, smart appliances, etc.  An EXCELLENT research report shared below was authored by Charith Perera, researcher at the Newcastle University in the U.K

https://www.networkworld.com/article/3221474/internet-of-things/30-ways-to-improve-iot-privacy.html

To improve IoT security and privacy, we need to create a security culture. Much work still must be done before the industrial and municipal Internet of Things (IoT) becomes widely adopted outside of the circle of innovators. One field, privacy, well understood by the public and private sector in the context of the cloud, PCs and mobile, is in the early stage of adaptation for the IoT.

A demonstration of this new aspect of privacy and compliance is the Privacy Guidelines for Internet of Things: Cheat Sheet, Technical Report (pdf) by Charith Perera, researcher at the Newcastle University in the U.K. The nine-page report details 30 points about implementing strong privacy protections.

FULL PDF – Charith Perera, researcher at the Newcastle University in the U.K

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1708.05261.pdf