A SECURE FRAMEWORK FOR IoT DEVICES
Numerous sectors have been changed by the Internet of Things (IoT) through simplifying device connectivity and data exchange. However, because of the tremendous security concerns that this interconnectedness also poses, creating thorough security standards for IoT devices should be given top priority. In this study, a security architecture for Internet of Things devices is proposed. The first step in the research process is a thorough review of the security issues IoT devices are now facing. These difficulties include flaws brought on by inadequate systems for authentication, inadequate encryption algorithms, unsecured communication pathways, and the rise of botnets that target IoT devices. The goal of the research is to better understand these vulnerabilities in order to discover potential avenues of entry for malicious actors and create efficient defences. A layered design serves as the framework for the suggested security system. In order to protect IoT devices over the course of their lives, it involves both proactive and reactive procedures. In addition to device authentication, secure communication protocols, data encryption, access control, and response are all covered by the framework. By offering a comprehensive framework that can be implemented throughout the design and development process, this research helps to improve IoT device security. IoT devices may operate securely, protecting sensitive data, maintaining privacy, and reducing the dangers posed by hostile actors by laying a strong foundation for security.
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