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    We see the 'cool' when we wear or operate our smart TVs and watches and all other smart devices we own. But are we aware of how the data is processed in these devices? And where does the data we get or the data that these devices transmit end up? Most, if not all, smart devices are connected to the Internet – where the data we send and receive over our smart devices are stored. Before ending up on the Internet, ...




    In the second post of this series, we discussed the first two types of attacks involving wearables. We will now proceed to the third type of attack, which can be considered the most damaging of the three. High User Risk, Low Feasibility Attacks These attacks are considered the most dangerous but these are also considered the least likely to happen. If an attacker manages to successfully compromise the hardware or network protocol of a wearable device, they would have access to the ...




    In the previous post, we talked about the definition and categories of wearables. We will now focus our attention at possible attacks for such devices. The possibility of attacks varies largely, depending on the broad category we are focusing on. The probability of attack will increase depending on where the attack can take place. Conversely, the possibilities of physical damage are much more remote as you go further from the physical device. As the attack moves further away from the device, ...




    The Internet of Everything (also known as Internet of Things) has given rise to new gadget categories in every electronics retailer shop. Smart wearables are rapidly becoming more commonplace than you think. While not everyone has Google Glass, you can bet that a lot of people have fitness trackers and even smart watches. With 'wearable devices,' we mean those pieces of equipment that people can have on themselves as they go about their day. The purpose of these devices is usually measuring ...




    In an earlier article, we talked about the ongoing smartification of the home – the natural tendency of households to accumulate more intelligent devices over time. While this has its benefits, the residents of smart homes also need to invest their time and energy to maintain these devices. These requirements will only grow as more and more devices are added to the homes of the ordinary consumer. Managing a household full of smart devices calls for the skills of both a multi-user ...



     

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