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A Comprehensive Review for Security Analysis of IoT Platforms
Chandrashekhar Uppin, Sudhir Anakal
Pages - 131 - 138     |    Revised - 31-08-2020     |    Published - 01-10-2020
Volume - 14   Issue - 4    |    Publication Date - October 2020  Table of Contents
Internet of Things, Security Requirements, IoT Platforms, Information Security, IoT Security.
Due to the rapid growth in the field of science and technology, IoT (Internet of Things) has become emerging technique for connecting heterogeneous technologies related to our daily needs that can affect our lives tremendously. It allows the devices to be connected to each other and controlled or monitored through handheld devices. The IoT network is a heterogeneous network that links several small hardware restriction devices, and where conventional security architectures and techniques cannot be used. So, providing protection to the IoT network involves a diverse range of specialized techniques and architectures. This paper focuses on the requirements of defense, current state of the art and future directions in the field of IoT.
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Dr. Chandrashekhar Uppin
Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Computing and Applied Sciences, Baze University, Jabi Abuja - Nigeria
Mr. Sudhir Anakal
Department of Studies in Computer Applications, Visvesvaraya Technological University, Postgraduate Centre, Kalaburagi - India