Industry 4.0 Privacy and Security Protocol Issues in Internet of Things

Industry 4.0 Privacy and Security Protocol Issues in Internet of Things

Jayapandian N. (Faculty of Engineering, Christ University, Bangalore, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1253-1.ch010

Abstract

The main objectives of this chapter are to discuss the basics of IoT and its applications and to solve data security and privacy issues in Industry 4.0. Industry 4.0 is mainly focus on IoT technology. The IIoT is generating digital data, and that data is stored in cloud server. There are two major issues in this IIoT. The first one is data storage, and the second one is data security. Industry 4.0 is not only involved in the manufacturing industry. It is also in the transportation and automobile industries. Electrical, electronic, mechanical, and computer technology fields are involved in Industry 4.0. This chapter enhances the hybrid security protocol in Industrial IoT. This hybrid mechanism combines lightweight protocol and the probabilistic encryption (LPP) algorithm.
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Application Of Smart Iot

Internet of Things (IoT) is analogous to operating system; the basic working principle of operating system is to establish the connection between machine components and human. The same mechanism is involved in IoT technology. IoT is establishing the network connection and transferring the machine data from physical device to other physical device or cloud server (Guo et al., 2013). Machine to Machine communication is a next advanced communication protocol system in industry (Theoleyre & Pang, 2013). This device to device communication system is established with the help of internet communication. Internet is a global network communication for connecting multiple computers in single domain. IoT is widely spread in multiple domains. In the recent days, government has also taken some initiative to use this technology in governance projects (Mueller, Mathiason & Klein, 2007). For example, smart city is one of the government projects using IoT; the purpose of smart city is to use technological solutions and reshape life style for civilians (Jayapandian, 2019).

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