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HipHopSec: Secure Reactive IoT Programming

HipHopSec is an Inria/Northwestern associated team studying new programming environment for IoT devices.

Nowadays most applications are distributed, that is, they run on several computers: a mobile device for the graphical user interface a gateway for storing data in a local area; a remote server of a large cloud platform for resource demanding computing; an object connected to Internet in the IoT (Internet of Things); etc. For many different reasons, this makes programming much more difficult than it was when only a single computer was involved:

The Inria Indes, Northwestern University, and College de France teams are working together to propose solutions that address the aforementioned problems. Combined together, they could lead to a robust and secure execution environment for the web and IoT programming.