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NOTE: Some of the links listed here refer to information "about" the Internet of Things (IoT) and not necessarily to the Cybersecurity or Privacy of the IoT. IoT Cybersecurity and Privacy concerns are relatively new (few years) to the Information Technology (IT) arena and literature about it is just taking off. As more and more information becomes available, I will be updating this section with more and more Cybersecurity and Privacy Literature. Thanks.

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1   Link   The classification of Internet of Things (IoT) devices Based on their impact on Living Things
This paper describes how to classify Internet of Things (IoT) devices based on their impact on Living Things.
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2   Link   IoT Privacy Forum
A nonprofit think/do tank promoting privacy values and responsible innovation in the world of connected devices.
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3   Link   The IoT Magazine
The #1 place to learn about IOT.
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4   Link   The Internet of Things (IoT): An Overview
Understanding the Issues and Challenges of a More Connected World.
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5   Link   OWASP Internet of Things Project
The OWASP Internet of Things Project is designed to help manufacturers, developers, and consumers better understand the security issues associated with the Internet of Things, and to enable users in any context to make better security decisions when building, deploying, or assessing IoT technologies.
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6   Link   EdgeX Foundry
EdgeX Foundry (TM) is a vendor-neutral open source project hosted by the Linux Foundation building a common open framework for Industrial IoT edge computing.
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7   Link   NIST SP 800-183 "Networks of ‘Things’"
This document offers an underlying and foundational understanding of IoT based on the realization that IoT involves sensing, computing, communication, and actuation. The material presented here is generic to all distributed systems that employ IoT technologies (i.e., ‘things’ and networks).
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8   Link   The Digital Standard
The Digital Standard is an ambitious, open, and collaborative effort to create a digital privacy and security standard to help guide the future design of consumer software, digital platforms and services, and Internet-connected products.
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9   Link   Report on Lightweight Cryptography (Draft)
This report provides an overview of lightweight cryptography, summarizes the findings of the NIST’s lightweight cryptography project, and outlines NIST’s plans for the standardization of lightweight primitives.
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10   Link   Internet of Things Tip Card
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11   Link   NSTAC Report to the President on the Internet of Things
There is a small—and rapidly closing—window to ensure that IoT is adopted in a way that maximizes security and minimizes risk. If the
country fails to do so, it will be coping with the consequences for generations.
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12   Link   Careful Connections: Building Security in the Internet of Things
Advice for businesses about building security into products connected to the Internet of Things, including proper authentication, reasonable security measures, and carefully considered default settings.
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13   Link   The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI)
The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) was initiated by the European Commission in 2015, with the aim to strengthen the dialogue and interaction among Internet of Things (IoT) players in Europe, and to contribute to the creation of a dynamic European IoT ecosystem to speed up the take up of IoT.
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14   Link   INTER-IoT
INTER-IoT aim is to design, implement and test a framework that will allow interoperability among different Internet of Things (IoT) platforms.
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15   Link   How Is the Federal Government Using the Internet of Things?
A report about the The federal government challenges in the adoption of the Internet of Things in the public sector.
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16   Link   The Internet of Things Council
The Internet of Things Council defines Europe’s involvement in the smart technology of tomorrow, its effect on everyday life and the development of a new world order
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17   Link   The Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC)
The Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC) is dedicated to accelerating the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem with a focus on usability, data openness and security, and market development.
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18   Link   The Internet of all Things
This website’s aim is to bring readers news, developments, views, research and all the Content related to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications technology from around the world.
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19   Link   Hackster.io
Hackster is a community dedicated to learning hardware.
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20   Link   SmartLiving.io
Everything you need to build your personal IoT.
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21   Link   New York City Guidelines for the Internet of Things
These guidelines provide a framework to help government and our partners responsibly deploy connected devices and IoT technologies in a coordinated and consistent manner. More than 20 leading cities have now joined New York City in this effort.
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22   Link   Federal Automated Vehicles Policy
This policy will govern the way self-driving cars are developed, regulated, and policed in the U.S.
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23   Link   Cybersecurity Best Practices for Modern Vehicles
This document describes the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s nonbinding guidance to the automotive industry on improving motor vehicle cybersecurity.
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24   Link   SHODAN
SHODAN is a search engine that lets you find specific computers (routers, servers, etc.) using a variety of filters. Some have also described it as a public port scan directory or a search engine of banners.
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25   Link   Securing Smart Cities
Securing Smart Cities is a not-for-profit global initiative that aims to solve the existing and future cybersecurity problems of smart cities through collaboration between companies, governments, media outlets, other not-for-profit initiatives and individuals across the world.
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26   Link   DHS Securing the Internet of Things
The Department of Homeland Security draws on its deep expertise in cybersecurity, critical infrastructure protection, and preparedness efforts to address the challenge in securing the IoT.
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27   Link   Shodan Blog
A blog from the SHODAN website.
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28   Link   Internet of Things for Dummies
This book explains what the IoT is all about and what it means for businesses in different industries.
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29   Link   Postmarket Management of Cybersecurity in Medical Devices
The document provides guidance from the The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to inform industry and FDA staff of the Agency’s recommendations for managing postmarket cybersecurity vulnerabilities for marketed and distributed medical devices.
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30   Link   IoT Trust Framework
The IoT Trust Framework includes a set strategic principles to help secure IOT devices and their data when shipped and throughout their entire life cycle.
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31   Link   Industrial Internet of Things Volume G4: Security Framework
The purpose of this document is to identify, explain and position security-related architectures, designs and technologies, as well as identify procedures relevant to trustworthy Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems.
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32   Link   Fostering the Advancement of the Internet of Things
The goal of this paper is to identify elements of an approach for the Department of Commerce to foster the advancement of the Internet of Things.
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33   Link   IoT News
IoTTech offers the latest Internet of Things news and strategy.
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34   Link   IoT.do
IoT.do invites global technology and startup professionals to share their opinions and expertise with our community.
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35   Link   The SensorWeb Project
The SensorWeb project aims at developing Open SensorWeb Architecture (OSWA) and implementing standards compliant platform and middleware for integration of sensor networks with emerging distributed computing platforms such as Grids.
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36   Link   IoT Hacking
This mailing-list is devoted to IoT hacking. It is meant to provide forum for security researchers and networking professionals to discuss low-level networking and security issues that could eventually lead to advances and improvements in the area of IoT security and IoT networking.
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37   Link   Future-proofing the Connected World: 13 Steps to Developing Secure IoT Products
This document is meant to provide developers of IoT devices with an understanding of the security threats faced by their products.
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38   Link   Health Wearable Devices in the Big Data Era: Ensuring Privacy, Security, and Consumer Protection
This report provides an overview and analysis of the major features, key players, and trends that are shaping the new consumer wearable and connected-health
marketplace.
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39   Link   Internet of Things (IoT) Security Foundation
Our mission is to help secure the Internet of Things, in order to aid its adoption and maximise its benefits. To do this we will promote knowledge and clear best practice in appropriate security to those who specify, make and use IoT products and systems.
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40   Link   MQTT
MQTT is a machine-to-machine (M2M)/"Internet of Things" connectivity protocol. It was designed as an extremely lightweight publish/subscribe messaging transport.
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41   Link   Online Trust Alliance IoT Page
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42   Link   US Cities Exposed: Industries and ICS
A Shodan-Based Security Study of Exposed Systems and Infrastructure in the US.
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43   Link   Identity and Access Management for Smart Home Devices
A Community of Interest is a group of professionals and technical advisors convened to support the cybersecurity resiliency of the U.S. economy.
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44   Link   Censys
Censys is a search engine that allows computer scientists to ask questions about the devices and networks that compose the Internet.
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45   Link   Thingful
Thingful is a search engine for the Internet of Things, enabling secure discoverability & interoperability between millions of public & private connected objects around the world.
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46   Link   Internet of Things (IoT) Map Project
he first step of our exploration involves locating and fingerprinting ZigBee-enabled smart devices and networks. We're starting local and expanding from here. It's a big world to explore and billions of things to discover.
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47   Link   Rasberry Pi Foundation
The Raspberry Pi Foundation works to put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world, so they are capable of understanding and shaping our increasingly digital world, able to solve the problems that matter to them, and equipped for the jobs of the future.
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48   Link   ZoomEye
ZoomEye is a search engine for Cyberspace
In Chinese ancient legends, there's a famous ghost buster named Zhong Kui. Just like him, ZoomEye is created for hunting the demons in Cyberspace.
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49   Link   Router Security
This site focuses on the security of routers. Period. If you are interested in faster WiFi, look elsewhere. The site covers configuration changes to make a router more secure, and, picking a router that is more secure out of the box.
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50   Link   Internet of Things Scanner
We scanned your public IP address and it looks like your network is not reachable from the internet. This is good news. You should perform this scan again when you add new devices to your network.
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51   Link   Internet of Things News
It aims to offer the latest on technical building blocks but also tries to put this digital transition into a social and circular economy context.
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52   Link   Internet of Things: Status and implications of an increasingly connected world
This report provides an introduction to the IoT and describes what is known about current and emerging IoT technologies, and the implications of their use.
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53   Link   Google's Internet of Things Solutions
Google’s Internet of Things (IoT) solutions make it easy to build connected devices. Whether you want to connect to Google services or need a turnkey hardware solution, we provide you with a way to create secure, innovative products.
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54   Link   IEEE Internet of Things Newsletter
The mission of the IEEE IoT Initiative is to serve as the gathering place for the global technical community working on the Internet of Things; to provide the platform where professionals learn, share knowledge, and collaborate on this sweeping convergence of technologies, markets, applications, and the Internet, and together change the world.
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55   Link   Hajime – Friend or Foe?
Hajime is a sophisticated, flexible and future-proof IoT botnet. It is capable of updating itself and provides the ability to extend its member bots with ‘richer’ functions, both efficiently and fast.
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56   Link   Observations and Recommendations on Connected Vehicle Security
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57   Link   IoT Newsletter
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58   Link   GATTAck.io
Bluetooth Low Energy incorporates device pairing and link-layer encryption. However, significant amount of devices do not implement these features. They either do not provide transmission security at all, or ensure it by own means in application layers.
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59   Link   Dyogram (Intelligence in IoT)
Formerly IoT University, DYOGRAM is a market development firm dedicated to shaping and accelerating the opportunity of the Internet of Things.
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60   Link   IOTA
s the Internet-of-Things keep expanding, the need for interoperability and sharing of resources become a necessity. IOTA enables companies to explore new business-2-business models by making every technological resource a potential service to be traded on an open market in real time, with no fees.
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61   Link   The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF®)
The mission of the IETF is to make the Internet work better by producing high quality, relevant technical documents that influence the way people design, use, and manage the Internet.
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62   Link   Kaa Open Source
Crafted by a broad community of IoT experts, Kaa is the world-leading initiative for the open and efficient Internet of Things cloud platform — using which any IoT company, IoT system integrator, or aspiring individual has a free way to materialize their smart product concepts.
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63   Link   Project Haystack
Project Haystack is an open source initiative to streamline working with data from the Internet of Things.
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64   Link   Recommended Best Practices for Securing Home Systems
The Consumer Technology guide to ensure that your home network is safe and up to date.
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65   Link   Weightless
The Weightless SIG is a global, democratic, non-profit, member based organisation to develop the open standard IoT connectivity technology.
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66   Link   Building the Web of Things
Mozilla is working to create a Web of Things framework of software and services that can bridge the communication gap between connected devices.
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67   Link   IOT Journal
IOT Journal was launched in 2014, as an independent website devoted solely to covering Internet of Things technologies and their many business applications. Our mission is to help companies use IoT technologies to collect data on their environment, enhance products, automate processes and so much more.
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68   Link   Securing Your “Internet of Things” Devices
To help prevent and/or mitigate the impact of future crimes involving IoT devices, the Criminal Division’s Cybersecurity Unit and the Consumer Technology Association are providing the following suggestions to owners of IoT devices.
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69   Link   Project Things by Mozilla
The Mozilla IoT community is dedicated to applying Mozilla's values to the Internet of Things and working towards a decentralized IoT with new standards around security, privacy and interoperability.
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70   Link   The Array of Things (AoT)
The Array of Things (AoT) is an urban sensing project, a network of interactive, modular sensor boxes that will be installed around Chicago to collect real-time data on the city’s environment, infrastructure, and activity for research and public use.
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71   Link   IoTool
IoTool helps connect IoT devices (more than 100 sensors and 20 actuators already supported) via any interface to a smartphone or Raspberry Pi.
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72   Link   The Things Network
We are a global community of 16739 people over 86 countries building a global Internet of Things data network. We use a long range and low power radio frequency protocol called LoRaWAN and for short range Bluetooth 4.2. The technology allows for things to talk to the internet without 3G or WiFi. So no WiFi codes and no mobile subscriptions.
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73   Link   Internet of More Things
InertnetofMoreThings.com is a technology blog that focuses on the rapidly growing Internet of Things (IoT). We are passionate about all things IoT, but tend to focus our attention on the rapidly changing consumer market.
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74   Link   The IoT Institute
The IoT Institute connects IoT decision-makers and implementers, including those in the C-suite, IT and line-of-business managers.
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75   Link   Blockchain IoT for developers
To leverage blockchain infrastructure to secure and scale IoT ecosystems. IoT systems operating in heterogeneous and decentralized environments, and consisting of multiple administrative domains represent a challenge from the point of view of trust.
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76   Link   ESMARTCITY
ESMARTCITY es el principal medio de comunicación on-line sobre Ciudades Inteligentes.
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77   Link   NetworkWorld IoT Blog
Internet of Things news, trend analysis and opinion.
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78   Link   Qorvo IoT Blog
We aim to post new insights on technology development, emerging applications and topics of interest to people designing the latest and greatest technology.
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79   Link   IoT Central
IoT Central is an online resource connecting a community of individuals, organizations and businesses who are focused on products, services, and opportunities in the Internet of Things era. Specifically serving those interested in the business or industrial IoT, the site covers IoT Infrastructure, IoT Application Development, IoT Data and IoT Security.
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80   Link   Encryption of Things – EOT
Securing the world through encryption.
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