Internet of Things, Threats, Landscape, and Countermeasures

Stavros Shiaeles (Editor), Nicholas Kolokotronis (Editor)

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Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem comprised of heterogeneous connected devices that communicate to deliver capabilities making our living, cities, transport, energy, and other areas more intelligent. This book delves into the different cyber-security domains and their challenges due to the massive amount and the heterogeneity of devices.

This book introduces readers to the inherent concepts of IoT. It offers case studies showing how IoT counteracts the cyber-security concerns for domains. It provides suggestions on how to mitigate cyber threats by compiling a catalogue of threats that currently comprise the contemporary threat landscape. It then examines different security measures that can be applied to system installations or operational environment and discusses how these measures may alter the threat exploitability level and/or the level of the technical impact.

Professionals, graduate students, researchers, academicians, and institutions that are interested in acquiring knowledge in the areas of IoT and cyber-security, will find this book of interest.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCRC Press Inc
Number of pages358
ISBN (Electronic)9781003006152
ISBN (Print)9780367433321
Publication statusPublished - 29 Apr 2021


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