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Internet of Things (IoT) 1 February 2016

WearFit: Security Design Analysis of a Wearable Fitness Tracker

IEEE Computer Society Center for Secure Design

Jacob West
Chief Architect, Security Products, NetSuite

Tadayoshi Kohno
Short-Dooley Professor, Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington

David Lindsay
Security Researcher, Synopsis

Joe Sechman
Director, Applied Security Research, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

In this document, we build on the Center’s previous work by describing a fictitious wearable fitness tracking system known as WearFit and discussing how the system’s design addresses each of the top 10 software security design flaws.

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