Internet of Things Security (IoT)

Course ID
Paper 202
Post Graduate
Paper Type
Core Course
Lecture & Practical

Unique Paper Code: 92911201

The human race is going to go through a major transformation in the next ten years thanks to the internet of thing , when such a transformation happens, where internet and technology are going to touch possibly every aspect of our life , the security of the same would be of highest importance , here we will dwell with most popular IoT devices available in the market at present and their security concerns along with potential hacks that can be performed on such devices and to ensure its security according to best global practices.

Course Contents

Unit I
Unit II
Unit III
Unit IV
Unit V

Unit I: Introduction

Requirement and Basic Properties in Internet of Things, Primary challenges in security maintenance, Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Non-Repudiation.

Unit II: Architecture of Internet of Things

Device – device, Device – Cloud, Device – Gateway, Gateway – Cloud, Cloud – Backend – Applications

Unit III: Security Classification and Access Control

Data classification (Public and Private), Internet of Things Authentication and Authorization, Internet of Things Data Integrity

Unit IV: Attacks and Implementation of Internet of Things

Denial of Service, Sniffing, Phishing, DNS Hijacking, Pharming, Defacement, Firmware of the device, Web Application Dashboard , Mobile Application Used to Control, Configure and Monitor the Devices

Unit V: Security Protocols and Management

Firmware of the device, Web Application Dashboard , Mobile Application Used to Control, Configure and Monitor the Devices, Identity and Access Management, Key Management

Additional Information

Suggested Readings

Russell, B. (2016). Practical Internet of Things Security. Packt Publishing Limited
FeiHu (2016). Security and Privacy in Internet of Things (IoTs): Models, Algorithms, and Implementations. CRC Press
Hersent, O., Boswarthick, D., &Elloumi, O. (2015). The Internet of Things: Key Applications and Protocols. Wiley
Pfister, C. (2011). Getting Started with the Internet of Things. Shroff Publisher.

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