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Security in Internet of Things (IoT)

Security in Internet of Things (IoT)
type: Seminar (S) links:
semester: WS 19/20
lecturer: Sami Salamin
Dr.-Ing. Hussam Amrouch
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Henkel
SWS: 2
lv-no.: 2424387

Welcome to the era of the Internet of Things (IoT), where millions of connected devices together in almost all aspect of our daily live, including our homes, offices, cars and even our bodies, from TVs, fridges and cars to health monitors and wearables. As a matter of fact, IoT is growing very fast and spreads very quickly. According to ARM, it is expected that the number of IoT deviceswill exceed 25 billion by 2020.

New applications and software always present new security threats; because it is developed very quickly and the developers cannot expect all threats, and it may need a decade to make these systems secure. For the IoT devices, these threats may have serious effects on our life; since Internet threats today can steal credit cards, disable home security systems, personal data, webcam control and even more.

Unfortunately, there is no “silver bullet” that can effectively mitigate every possible cyber threat. And these will open the needs for improving the proposed security found in IoT domain to keep malicious activity off and to cover personal privacy, financial transactions, and the threat of cyber theft to make IoT not only reliable but also safer.