The Role of Physical Layer Security in IoT: A Novel Perspective
AbstractThis paper deals with the problem of securing the configuration phase of an Internet of Things (IoT) system. The main drawbacks of current approaches are the focus on specific techniques and methods, and the lack of a cross layer vision of the problem. In a smart environment, each IoT device has limited resources and is often battery operated with limited capabilities (e.g., no keyboard). As a consequence, network security must be carefully analyzed in order to prevent security and privacy issues. In this paper, we will analyze the IoT threats, we will propose a security framework for the device initialization and we will show how physical layer security can effectively boost the security of IoT systems. View Full-Text
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Pecorella, T.; Brilli, L.; Mucchi, L. The Role of Physical Layer Security in IoT: A Novel Perspective. Information 2016, 7, 49.
Pecorella T, Brilli L, Mucchi L. The Role of Physical Layer Security in IoT: A Novel Perspective. Information. 2016; 7(3):49.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pecorella, Tommaso; Brilli, Luca; Mucchi, Lorenzo. 2016. "The Role of Physical Layer Security in IoT: A Novel Perspective." Information 7, no. 3: 49.
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