Internet of things (IoT) has rapidly begun affecting several industries and services ranging from transport, home control, industrial automation, energy, and health. Most of these industries are transforming to add new network devices and pave the way for optimal solutions and enhanced services. When considered collectively, the features affect critical societal services such as home control and health management systems. This work will execute the research by the following procedure. To begin with, relevant stakeholders will be able to determine people's feelings and views on security and privacy about wearable IoT devices. The overall aim of this research extends two ways. First, assessing data security requirements for wearable devices as part of the fast-paced IoT technology is essential. Second, the study will determine user perceptions and concerns regarding the privacy and security features of wearable devices. This extended abstract will explore relevant literature reviews, then provide some insight into possible research gaps.
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