Visible to the public Adaptive models for security and data protection in IoT with Cloud technologies

TitleAdaptive models for security and data protection in IoT with Cloud technologies
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsKakanakov, N., Shopov, M.
Conference Name2017 40th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics (MIPRO)
Date Publishedmay
ISBN Number978-953-233-090-8
Keywordsadaptive models, application servers, authentication, Authorization, cloud computing, cloud technologies, composability, Computer architecture, data integrity, data privacy, data protection, data storage, gateways, Hardware, Internet of Things, IoT, Metrics, Microelectronics Security, multilayer client-server model, privacy, Protocols, pubcrawl, reliability, resilience, Resiliency, secure association, security, sensor-cloud architecture, sensor-cloud security, Sensors, virtual reflection, virtualised sensor nodes

The paper presents an example Sensor-cloud architecture that integrates security as its native ingredient. It is based on the multi-layer client-server model with separation of physical and virtual instances of sensors, gateways, application servers and data storage. It proposes the application of virtualised sensor nodes as a prerequisite for increasing security, privacy, reliability and data protection. All main concerns in Sensor-Cloud security are addressed: from secure association, authentication and authorization to privacy and data integrity and protection. The main concept is that securing the virtual instances is easier to implement, manage and audit and the only bottleneck is the physical interaction between real sensor and its virtual reflection.

Citation Keykakanakov_adaptive_2017