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The Internet of Things (IoT) is an innovative model that combines the physical world with the Internet and turns out to be one of the major hi-tech breakthroughs of computer technology. The low openness and absence of interoperability of a significant number of these gadgets in an enormous region of magnitude will make it extremely hard to plan explicit wellbeing techniques and actualize a particular security strategy for sustainable IoT. Moreover, IoT networks presented are helpless against assaults planned to disturb the organization. Thus, special measures are required to combat the upward security apprehensions in IoT. In this article, these security concerns with respect to different layers of basic architecture of IoT are studied in detail; with other emerging challenges, IoT is facing today.

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Ahad, U., Singh, Y., Anand, P. (2022). Emerging Security Issues in IoT. In: Singh, P.K., Kolekar, M.H., Tanwar, S., Wierzchoń, S.T., Bhatnagar, R.K. (eds) Emerging Technologies for Computing, Communication and Smart Cities. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 875. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-0284-0_55

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