End-to-End Security for IoT

End-to-End Security for IoT

We are happy to inform you that the book chapter entitled “End-to-End Security for IoT” has been accepted for publication in the Security Risk Management for the Internet of Things: Technologies and Techniques for IoT Security, Privacy and Data Protection Book. This book has been edited by John Soldatos and can be accessed here.

The authors of the paper are our team colleagues Paul-Emmanuel BRUN and Guillemette MASSOT from Airbus CyberSecurity.

This book is the result of joint work with nine EU-funded projects, members of the European Cluster on Security and Privacy. This cluster, led by our Project Officer Peter Wintlev-Jensen, aims at boosting information sharing and collaboration between these projects all working to improve security and privacy mechanisms for the Internet of Things.

This chapter describes the innovative approach tested in the BRAIN-IoT project to ensure end-to-end security on constrained protocols with a limited impact on bandwidth and power consumption. The proposed solution includes a slim encryption layer to ensure trustable and optimized data transmission, and allow self-registration of devices in a plug & play mode, ensuring automatic key renewal over constrained protocols. Furthermore, this solution is independent of the networks used. 

More details on the state-of-the-art limitations overcame by this solution developed by Airbus can be found in chapter twelve of the book.

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