Social and psychological Security of Employee in Association of Internet of things (IoT) and its Privacy and Security Challenges
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is the worldwide interconnection and use of electronic devices both real and imagined. A special identifier is assigned to each thing. The Internet of Things is a cutting-edge innovation that will revolutionize the way people use electronic gadgets in their daily lives. There are several obstacles that the Internet of Things must overcome, such as incorrect device updates, insufficiently strong security mechanisms, user ignorance, and the ubiquitous but infamous active device monitoring. According to this study, identification, authentication, and also the diversity of IoT devices pose the greatest threats to data security and individual privacy. Integration, scalability, ethical communication mechanism, commercial models, and monitoring are all significant difficulties. The primary concerns of IoT security and privacy are examined in this research. The possibilities of the Internet of Things are infinite. Increasing system flexibility, incorporating artificial intelligence (AI), and the ability to deploy, automate, coordinate, and protect various use cases at hyper-scale would expedite the growth of the manufacturing internet.