Research on the trusted protection technology of internet of things

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Abstract

Current studies on security of IOT are mainly concentrated in the detection and control of behaviors of sensing nodes and neglect the protection of the key components of sensing nodes. So that sensor nodes may be destroyed and don’t function when malicious behaviors are detected. To solve this problem, in this paper, we apply trusted computing to study the security of Internet of things and propose the trusted immune system of the sensing network. The trusted immune system not only just guarantee the trust of behaviors of sensing nodes, but also guarantee the trust of the key components of sensing nodes. By implementing immune surveillance, immune defense and immune homeostasis, the trusted immune system of the sensing network provides initiatively immune support for the sensing network combining with macro and micro.

Keywords

Internet of things Sensing network Trusted immune system Initiative measurement 

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Acknowledgements

This work was sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation of China, grants no.61501007, Beijing Postdoctoral Research Foundation (2017-22-030)and CCF-Venustech Open Research Fund (CCF-VenustechRP2017008).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Information TechnologyBeijing University of TechnologyBeijingChina
  2. 2.Beijing Key Laboratory of Trusted ComputingBeijingChina

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