Privacy in pervasive computing environment

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Pervasive computing evolved tremendously as an exciting new paradigm to provide data collection, computing, and communication services all the time and everywhere. It has introduced a new world of computing and became an integral part of many fields and application domains. It allows users to interact with wired and wireless networks that support any information technology. In spite of many advantages associated with pervasive computing, communication services have some security risks. For sensitive and confidential data there should be some security mechanisms. In this paper, we present privacy issues and challenges that are preventing people from adopting the pervasive computing environment and we give a survey on the solutions that have been carried to minimize risks.




Gnaneshwari, G. R., & Hema, M. S. (2019). Privacy in pervasive computing environment. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2 Special issue 3), 918–923.

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