publication . Bachelor thesis . 2017

Internet of Things security risks in home and smart devices

Borskoviča, Sintija;
Open Access Latvian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Publisher: Latvijas Universitāte
  • Country: Latvia
Abstract
Internet of Things is applied to devices that may be connected to the Internet and which facilitates the daily lives of people. Such devices can be both machines, and refrigerators. The number od such devices in recent years are growing rapidly. However, the consequences are increased number of cyber attacks on the Internet of Things, since most devices are not secure and with great security and privacy problems. Bachelor’s thesis context there will be aim to overview what is Internet of Things, the operating priciples, as well as security problems that are associated with home and smart devices. Also, there will be a survey in order to find out people’s opinion on the Internet of Things and its problems. Thesis also looks at several Internet of Things devices and applications that are summarizes with they application access permissions and their explanations.
Lietu internets tiek attiecināts uz ierīcēm, kuras var savienot ar internetu, un kuras atvieglo cilvēku ikdienu. Šādas ierīces var būt gan mašīnas, gan ledusskapji. Šīs ierīču skaits pēdējo gadu laikā strauji pieaug. Taču līdz ar to pieaug arī kibernoziedznieku uzbrukumi lietu internetam, jo vairums ierīču ir nedrošas un ar lielām drošības un privātumu problēmām. Bakalaura darba ietvaros tiek apskatīts, kas ir lietu internets, tā darbības principi, kā arī drošības problēmas, kas ir saistītas ar saimniecības un viedajām ierīcēm. Tāpat tiek veikta aptauja, lai noskaidrotu cilvēku viedokli par lietu interneta un tā problēmām. Tiek apskatītas vairākas lietu interneta ierīces un to lietotnes, un tiek apkopotas lietotņu piekļuves atļaujas un to skaidrojumi.
Subjects
free text keywords: Datorzinātne, drošības problēmas, lietu internets, piekļuves atļaujas, security problems, Internet of Things
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