Emprical Study of Iot Solution for The Security Threats In Real Life Scenario: State of The Art

 
 
 
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    IoT technology and applications represents security as a significant issue for facilitating the tremendous implementation.     Devoid of IoTs technology ensures the device level confidentiality, privacy and authenticity. The applicable users are not going to     undertake answers for security in IoT in huge scale. The earlier stage deployments of IoT devices are primarily based on RFIDs         technology which results in simplest, security solutions inside the principal been devised in an advert hoc manner [8]. This brings the fact that such deployments were typically vertically incorporated, with all additives beneath the manage of a single administrative entity. In the angle of an IoT eco-system, in which unique person may be worried in a given software state of affairs. One person owing the      physical operations of  sensors, one stakeholder deals with the statistics and processing them and other numerous stakeholders supplies different services based totally on such statistics to the customers. This leads to numerous variety of safety demanding situations and security for the IoT. In this paper, we address the revisited security issues and discuss the critical safety protection conditions of Internet of Things era into a mainstream. To support this, the three key problems requiring cutting-edge techniques includes are data               confidentiality, privacy and trust.

    In this review, we presented net factors with architectural design goals of IoT. We surveyed security and privacy issues in IoTs. Also the discussion on several open issues based on the privacy and security is addressed. Many real time applications of IoTs in real life treats the security issues of IoT as a main factor. Thus the IoT of complicated security issues have been anticipated the researchers to address.

     


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    of things (IoTs), Privacy, Security, eHealth monitoring systems, Data confidentiality.

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Article ID: 13792
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.19.13792




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