Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Security Analysis and Improvements of Communication Protocol in the Internet of Things
Vinod Kumar Singh, Hari Om Sharan, C.S. Raghuvanshi
Internet of Things has recently emerged as the cutting-edge technology that is heavily influencing commercial, healthcare, and military applications. Since anything connected to the internet is susceptible to cyber attacks and a target for hackers, wireless communications are particularly sensitive to security risks. Multiple Internet of Things problems are posing security risks and preventing End-toEnd encryption during data transmission. The majority of Internet of Things devices now in use don't have improved setups or security procedures, which makes them vulnerable to hacker attacks. For all Internet of Things devices, advanced security standards cannot be used. For the Internet of Things platform, this study proposed a safe authentication system that keeps track of security risks and ensures the security of Internet of Things devices. An assessment of the suggested procedure is provided, demonstrating its capacity to address a range of security concerns.
Internet of Things, Communication Protocol, Cyber attacks, Encryption, Access Control
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