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Modern Approaches on Material Science

Mini Review(ISSN: 2641-6921)

Internet of Things (IoT) is Smart Homes and the Risks

Volume 1 - Issue 5

Christos Beretas*

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    • Department of Cyber Security at Innovative Knowledge Institute (Paris Graduate School) Paris, France

    *Corresponding author: Christos Beretas, Department of Cyber Security at Innovative Knowledge Institute (Paris Graduate School) Paris, France


Received: June 26, 2019;   Published: July 05, 2019

DOI: 10.32474/MAMS.2018.01.000124

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Abstract

Undoubtedly is a technological revolution that has certainly focused on the interest of software development companies, companies of IT, hardware design, networks and artificial intelligence. A technological revolution that started a few years ago and has evolved rapidly, thanks to the technological evolution of IT and networks. It is a combination of many communication protocols, sensors and other intelligent technologies, the correlation between smart technologies, networks and services that all together complete processes in order to achieve the result for which they were installed. In advanced technology countries, both simple users and industry use IoT where sensors are simplified and automated at home and in industry, there is continuous monitoring, control and prediction of product failure for the benefit of efficient production of high quality products and control production at each stage of product processing/production. Someone could well think and say that all this is fantastic and that we have solved the problem of organization, easy life without further thoughts and worries since everything is done automatically. An IoT in an intelligent house could literally regulate everything, using sensors and appropriate software could talk with a human person, as well as someone could appropriately entice all that security and literally take full control of the premises of a home with consequences from minimal to catastrophic including the complete destruction of a home.

Keywords: IoT, Internet of Things, Sensors, Security, Smart Homes, Surveillance, Networks, Cloud, Technology

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