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Revitalizing Security for Internet of Things (IOT) devices

With the mass adoption of smart devices for Home and industrial usage, the Internet of Things (IOT) ecosystem also introduces a large amount of data which gets embedded and synchronized across these devices. These devices are thus capable of being controlled by any exposed APIs provisioned by third party platforms and smart devices. The integration of a smart device across multiple devices (such as Mobiles, iPad etc.
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