The Internet of Hackable Things

Nicola Dragoni, Alberto Giaretta, Manuel Mazzara

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Abstract

The Internet of Things makes possible to connect each everyday object to the Internet, making computing pervasive like never before. From a security and privacy perspective, this tsunami of connectivity represents a disaster, which makes each object remotely hackable. We claim that, in order to tackle this issue, we need to address a new challenge in security: education.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1707.08380
JournalArXiv
Volume2017
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Dragoni, N., Giaretta, A., & Mazzara, M. (2017). The Internet of Hackable Things. ArXiv, 2017, [1707.08380 ].
Dragoni, Nicola ; Giaretta, Alberto ; Mazzara, Manuel. / The Internet of Hackable Things. In: ArXiv. 2017 ; Vol. 2017.
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Dragoni, N, Giaretta, A & Mazzara, M 2017, 'The Internet of Hackable Things', ArXiv, vol. 2017, 1707.08380 .

The Internet of Hackable Things. / Dragoni, Nicola; Giaretta, Alberto; Mazzara, Manuel.

In: ArXiv, Vol. 2017, 1707.08380 , 2017.

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