Visible to the public Complexity of Cyber Security Architecture for IoT Healthcare Industry: A Comparative Study

TitleComplexity of Cyber Security Architecture for IoT Healthcare Industry: A Comparative Study
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsAlharam, A. K., El-madany, W.
Conference Name2017 5th International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud Workshops (FiCloudW)
KeywordsAES, Algorithm design and analysis, Complexity theory, Cyber Attacks, cyber security architecture, cyber-security, Encryption, field programmable gate arrays, Health Care, healthcare, Human Behavior, Internet of Things, IoT, IoT based healthcare devices, IoT healthcare industry, IP networks, medical information systems, Medical services, patient personal information, patient wellness information, personal health, privacy, pubcrawl, Read only memory, resilience, Resiliency, Scalability, security of data, wearable devices, wearable IoT healthcare applications, wearables security, XC7Z030 - 3fbg676 FPGA device, Xilinx IP cores, Xilinx Zynq-7000

In recent years a wide range of wearable IoT healthcare applications have been developed and deployed. The rapid increase in wearable devices allows the transfer of patient personal information between different devices, at the same time personal health and wellness information of patients can be tracked and attacked. There are many techniques that are used for protecting patient information in medical and wearable devices. In this research a comparative study of the complexity for cyber security architecture and its application in IoT healthcare industry has been carried out. The objective of the study is for protecting healthcare industry from cyber attacks focusing on IoT based healthcare devices. The design has been implemented on Xilinx Zynq-7000, targeting XC7Z030 - 3fbg676 FPGA device.

Citation Keyalharam_complexity_2017