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DATE

2019-03

AUTHORS

Natalia Miloslavskaya, Alexander Tolstoy

ABSTRACT

Keeping up with the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) requires staying up to date on the latest network attack trends in dynamic and complicated cyberspace, and take them into account while developing holistic information security (IS) approaches for the IoT. Due to multiple vulnerabilities in the IoT foundations, many targeted attacks are continuing to evolve. This survey of related work in the very specialized field of IS assurance for the IoT develops a taxonomy of typical attacks against IoT assets (with special attention to IoT device protection). Based on this taxonomy, the key directions for countering these attacks are defined. According to the modern demand for the IoT and big IS-related data processing, we propose applying the Security Intelligence approach. The results obtained, when compared with the related work and numerous analogues, are based on the following research methodology: view the IoT as a security object to be protected, leading to understanding its vulnerabilities and possible attacks against the IoT exploiting these vulnerabilities, and from there approaches to protecting the IoT. A few areas of the future research, among which the IoT operational resilience and usage of the blockchain technology seem to us the most interesting, are indicated. More... »

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103-119

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  • 2017. “Network Security Intelligence” Educational and Research Center in INFORMATION SECURITY EDUCATION FOR A GLOBAL DIGITAL SOCIETY
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