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JCR. 2018; 5(6): 23-27


SECURITY AND INTEGRITY ASPECTS AND APPROACHES IN INTERNET OF THINGS

Siripuri Kiran, Dr.Gyanendra Gupta.

Abstract
The IoT, refers to the billions of physical things across the world currently connected to the Internet. Thanks to
the advent of computer chips and the availability of wireless networks, something as little as a pill may be
transformed into a part of an IoT to become something as large as an airplane. Connecting and adding sensors to
all these various items provides a degree of digital intelligence to equipment that would otherwise be stupid so
that it can transmit in real time information without engaging a person. The Internet of Things enhances and
responsives the world around us by fusing the digital and physical realities. A complete IoT safety portfolio
provides developers with the opportunity to secure devices from every kind of vulnerability while implementing
the safety level most suited to their application demands. Cryptography technologies assist fight assaults, while
security can protect them from assaults on the life cycle. Isolation precautions may be used to prevent software
attacks, while mitigation and side-channel attack mitigation technologies are vital for combating physical chip
assaults

Key words: Internet of Things, IoT Security, Integrity and Security in IoT



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