Lightweight Secure Architectural Framework for Internet of Things

Lightweight Secure Architectural Framework for Internet of Things

Muthuramalingam S. (Thiagarajar College of Engineering, India), Nisha Angeline C. V. (Thiagarajar College of Engineering, India) and Raja Lavanya (Thiagarajar College of Engineering, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-8241-0.ch008

Abstract

In this IoT era, we have billions of devices connected to the internet. These devices generate tons of data that has to be stored, processed, and used for making intelligent decisions. This calls for the need for a smart heterogeneous network which could handle this data and make the real-time systems work intelligently. IoT applications leads to increasing demands in high traffic volume, M2M communications, low latency, and MIMO operations. Mobile communication has evolved from 2G voice services into a complex, interconnected environment with multiple services built on a system that supports innumerable applications and provides high-speed access. Hence the sustainability of the IoT applications do rely on next generation networks. Due to the significant increase in the network components, computational complexity, and heterogeneity of resources, there arise the need for a secure architectural framework for internet of things. For this, the authors propose a secure architectural framework for IoT that provides a solution to the lightweight devices with low computational complexity.
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Protocols For Iot Applications

Though many of the already available protocols can be used for IoT Applications, they still could be too heavy for most of the applications. Hence the introduction of specific protocols which could support low power devices and work in constrained networks. Let’s discuss some of the protocols that can be specially used for IoT.

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