Security Considerations in the IP-based Internet of Things
draft-garcia-core-security-06

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Abstract

A direct interpretation of the Internet of Things concept refers to the usage of standard Internet protocols to allow for human-to-thing or thing-to-thing communication. Although the security needs are well-recognized, it is still not fully clear how existing IP-based security protocols can be applied to this new setting. This Internet-Draft first provides an overview of security architecture, its deployment model and general security needs in the context of the lifecycle of a thing. Then, it presents challenges and requirements for the successful roll-out of new applications and usage of standard IP-based security protocols when applied to get a functional Internet of Things.

Authors

Oscar Garcia-Morchon (oscar.garcia@philips.com)
Sandeep Kumar (sandeep.kumar@philips.com)
Sye Keoh (syeloong.keoh@glasgow.ac.uk)
Rene Hummen (rene.hummen@cs.rwth-aachen.de)
Rene Struik (rstruik.ext@gmail.com)

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