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Securing IoT Devices With ARM TrustZone

Warren Kurisu
8/15/2014 05:38 PM EDT

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Sheetal.Pandey   8/19/2014 11:58:13 AM
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Privacy and security are the two much debatable issues in IoT implementation. People are still very nervous about it. But with time everyone would get ok with it. LIke how people cant live without internet, same way would happen for IoT. There also would be peer pressure to get along with it. If a car on highway can get connected on its own to the higway ambulance and hospital and insurance, that would be a big boon for mankind.

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