Abstract: As a result of future research on networks, a new technology called the Internet of Things has been created, which aims to create new values through the exchange of information and knowledge between people and objects. This technology is different from its predecessors (Traditional Internet, Mobile Internet, Sensor Network etc.), focusing in particular on ubiquitous service models, heterogeneous network architectures and universal access for people, things, objects and processes. Innovations and future research on IoT applications and services are driven by the high potential for market and profit. However, IoT proposes new areas to study vulnerability in system security and more difficult confidentiality issues. Today's industry and government organizations underline cyber security and privacy as top IT priorities. Online threats are presented by both individuals and groups organized with intent to commit commercial theft, disturbance actions and invasion of systems for activist and espionage purposes.
Keywords: Internet of Things, Security, Data Privacy