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A Generalized Comprehensive Security Architecture Framework for IoT Applications Against Cyber-Attacks

Publication Type : Conference Paper

Publisher : Springer, Singapore

Source : Artificial Intelligence and Technologies

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ISBN : 978-981-16-6448-9

Keywords : IoT IIoT Smart city Edge computing Cross-layer End-to-end security

Campus : Coimbatore

School : School of Engineering

Department : Computer Science

Year : 2022

Abstract : Integration of apps through emerging Internet of Things (IoT) technology with edge computing opens up increased possibilities for building a smart network environment. The deployment of Industrial Internet of Things (IoTs/IIoT) sensors and devices for various purposes in smart cities is gaining momentum. Owing to edge computing, the central network and cloud technology end users are getting close enough. Increased deployment of these sensors and devices coupled with massive data processing gives attackers the right incentives. Most network assaults attempt to exploit potential IoT device inconsistencies and misconfigurations. Attackers are trying to spread the dynamism of malicious activities and to cripple the entire network environment. Edge computing threats and bugs are spread in a manner that they emanate from endpoints, IoT sensors, networking fabrics, and edge computing tools. It should take into account the scale emanating from the rapid proliferation of devices and the increasing potential for attacks. This paper provides a comprehensive end-to-end security solution framework with the detective model to identify anomalies in the networks by providing cross-layer security solutions.

Cite this Research Publication : Nakkeeran M., Mathi S. (2022) A Generalized Comprehensive Security Architecture Framework for IoT Applications Against Cyber-Attacks. In: Raje R.R., Hussain F., Kannan R.J. (eds) Artificial Intelligence and Technologies. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 806. Springer, Singapore.

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