A Lightweight IoT Security Protocol

Abstract : The IoT is a technology that enables the inter-connection of smart physical and virtual objects and provides advanced services. Objects or things are generally constrained devices which are limited by their energy, computing and storage capacity. A Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) is a network composed of devices managed by a CPAN (Personal Area Network Coordinator). The network is used in order to gather and process data of a given environment. It is characterized by their low bit rate and low power consumption, and it uses small size packet in their transmissions. In order to protect the WSN, a mutual authentication between devices is required during the association of a new device. The exchanged data should be authenticated and encrypted. In this work we propose a robust, lightweight and energy-efficient security protocol for the WSN systems. The real tests we made and a performance evaluation of our security protocol are provided.
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Mohamed Hammi, Erwan Livolant, Patrick Bellot, Ahmed Serhrouchni, Pascale Minet. A Lightweight IoT Security Protocol. 1st Cyber Security in Networking Conference (CSNet2017), Oct 2017, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ⟨hal-01640510⟩

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