Stands for Internet of Things. It represents a host of internet connected devices that do not require direct human input. You can think of refrigerators, cars, security camera’s, but also pacemakers and other biochip transponders. The device has to have a unique identifier and the ability to connect to a network to qualify as a part of the IoT. Many concerns have surfaced about some of these devices due to the weak or complete lack of implemented security in these connected devices.

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