Majeed, Asim, Haq, Anwar, Jamal, Arshad, Bhana, Rehan, Banigo, Funke and Baadel, Said (2016) Internet of Everything (IoE) Exploiting Organisational Inside Threats: Global Network of Smart Devices (GNSD). In: IEEE International Symposium on Systems Engineering 2016. IEEE, pp. 215-221. ISBN 978-1-5090-0793-6

Various disruptive technologies have evolved a paradigm for setting up the Internet-of-Everything (IoE) and continuous evolution of technologies has demanded those devices to communicate and exchange information with each other. The marketing research company Gartner has surveyed and estimated that around 30 billion devices would be interconnected and exchanging information by 2020. The IoE is accompanied by several substantial opportunities in all fields of life, ranging from the energy sector to the healthcare industry. The trail of IoE development has opened new doors of attack vectors. The evolution in the plethora of ubiquitous devices has raised several insider threats, thus generating concerns of security and privacy within enterprises who have framed the use of smart devices through IoE. This paper discusses a different perspective of security and privacy issues in IoE by considering insiders bringing personal smart devices to use within the enterprise. The central theme of this research is to identify the challenges and explore the extent of security and privacy issues a global network of smart devices could exacerbate within the enterprise.

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