Visible to the public An IDMS approach towards privacy and new requirements in IoT

TitleAn IDMS approach towards privacy and new requirements in IoT
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsAyed, H. Kaffel-Ben, Boujezza, H., Riabi, I.
Conference Name2017 13th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC)
Date Publishedjun
KeywordsAVISPA, Cardinality, cryptographic protocols, data privacy, domain, DTLS, EAP, Human Behavior, Identity management, Identity provider IoT, IDMS, Internet of Things, IoT identity management system, mobile clients, mobile radio, Mobility, oAuth, PAD, personal authentication device, privacy, private information, pubcrawl, Resiliency, Scalability, service provider, user-centric
AbstractIdentities are known as the most sensitive information. With the increasing number of connected objects and identities (a connected object may have one or many identities), the computing and communication capabilities improved to manage these connected devices and meet the needs of this progress. Therefore, new IoT Identity Management System (IDMS) requirements have been introduced. In this work, we suggest an IDMS approach to protect private information and ensures domain change in IoT for mobile clients using a personal authentication device. Firstly, we present basic concepts, existing requirements and limits of related works. We also propose new requirements and show our motivations. Next, we describe our proposal. Finally, we give our security approach validation, perspectives, and some concluding remarks.
Citation Keyayed_idms_2017