Low-Energy Security: Limits and Opportunities in the Internet of Things

@article{Trappe2015LowEnergySL,
  title={Low-Energy Security: Limits and Opportunities in the Internet of Things},
  author={Wade Trappe and Richard E. Howard and Robert S. Moore},
  journal={IEEE Security & Privacy},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={14-21}
}
Many new "networkable" devices, which constitute the Internet of Things, are low energy and lightweight. These devices must devote most of their available energy and computation to executing core application functionality, making the task of affordably supporting security and privacy quite challenging. 

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