The capabilities of the information technologies have expanded since the 70's into the early 2000's and now the 2020's. In each iteration of information technologies, we have encountered enormous possibilities as well as a range of challenges. The nature of device-to-device communication over networks as an evolution means that vulnerabilities in traditional IT systems are augmented. With IoT, where devices are connected to devices and not just users, the risk of unauthorized access to private data, manipulation of data, and consequent harm presents difficulties similar to those of the past but also new challenges.Download
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