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The completely connected world: Utopia or dystopia?

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  • Consumer IoT covers everything from smart home devices — light fixtures, appliances, power tools, thermostats and security systems — to games, voice assistants and nannycams.-
  • Commercial IoT applies to industries like healthcare (pacemakers, infusion pumps, monitoring systems etc.) and transport (vehicle to vehicle communication).
  • Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) includes digital control systems, statistical evaluation, smart agriculture, and factories.
  • Infrastructure IoT enables the connectivity of smart cities and utilities through sensors, management systems, and user-friendly apps.
  • Internet of Military things (IoMT) refers to technologies such as robots for surveillance and human-wearable biometrics for combat.



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Taylor Armerding

I’m a security advocate at the Synopsys Software Integrity Group. I write mainly about software security, data security and privacy.