|Title||Evolving privacy: From sensors to the Internet of Things|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Authors||J. Lopez, R. Rios, F. Bao, and G. Wang|
|Journal||Future Generation Computer Systems|
|Keywords||Challenges, Internet of Things, privacy, WSN|
The Internet of Things (IoT) envisions a world covered with billions of smart, interacting things capable of offering all sorts of services to near and remote entities. The benefits and comfort that the IoT will bring about are undeniable, however, these may come at the cost of an unprecedented loss of privacy. In this paper we look at the privacy problems of one of the key enablers of the IoT, namely wireless sensor networks, and analyse how these problems may evolve with the development of this complex paradigm. We also identify further challenges which are not directly associated with already existing privacy risks but will certainly have a major impact in our lives if not taken into serious consideration.
Evolving privacy: From sensors to the Internet of Things