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Salleh, A., Mamat, K., Darus, M. Y..  2017.  Integration of wireless sensor network and Web of Things: Security perspective. 2017 IEEE 8th Control and System Graduate Research Colloquium (ICSGRC). :138–143.
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) are spread everywhere throughout the world and are ordinarily used to gather physical data from the encompassing scene. WSN play a focal part in the Internet of Things (IoT) vision. WSN is rising as a noticeable component in the middleware connecting together the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Web of Things (WoT). But the integration of WSN to WoT brings new challenges that cannot be solved in a satisfactory way with traditional layer of security. This paper examined the security issue of integration between WSN and WoT, aiming to shed light on how the WSN and WoT security issue are understood and applied, both in academia and industries. This paper introduces security perfective of integration WSN to WoT which offers capabilities to identify and connect worldwide physical objects into a unified system. As a part of the integration, serious concerns are raised over access of personal information pertaining to device (smart thing) and individual privacy. The motivation of this paper is to summarizes the security threats of the integration and suggestion to mitigate the threat.