Proceedings chapter

Security and PrIvacy foR the Internet of Things: an overview of the project

Presented at Bari (Italy), 6-9 October 2019
Publication date2019

As the adoption of digital technologies expands, it becomes vital to build trust and confidence in the integrity of such technology. The SPIRIT project investigates the proof of concept of employing novel secure and privacy-ensuring techniques in services set-up in the Internet of Things (IoT) environment, aiming to increase the trust of users in IoTbased systems. The proposed system integrates three highly novel technology concepts developed by the consortium partners. Specifically, a technology, ermed ICMetrics, for deriving encryption keys directly from the operating characteristics of digital devices; secondly, a technology based on a contentbased signature of user data in order to ensure the integrity of sentdata upon arrival; a third technology, termed semantic firewall, which is able to allow or deny the transmission of data derived from an IoT device according to the information contained within the data and the information gathered about the requester.

  • Encryption
  • Semantics
  • Privacy
  • Data privacy
  • Forgery
  • Software
Citation (ISO format)
AROUA, S. et al. Security and PrIvacy foR the Internet of Things: an overview of the project. In: IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC 2019). Bari (Italy). [s.l.] : IEEE, 2019. doi: 10.1109/SMC.2019.8914221
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