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Internet of Things Security and Data Protection

  • Sébastien Ziegler

Benefits

  • Shares results from several international research projects on IoT, cybersecurity, and privacy

  • Combines complementary expertise from top experts in IoT, security, and data protection

  • Provides a comprehensive view on how to protect IoT deployments and make them comply with the GDPR

Book

Part of the Internet of Things book series (ITTCC)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Sébastien Ziegler, Cédric Crettaz, Eunah Kim, Antonio Skarmeta, Jorge Bernal Bernabe, Ruben Trapero et al.
    Pages 9-43
  3. Antonio Skarmeta, Dan Garcia Carrillo, Alexis Olivereau
    Pages 45-69
  4. Anna Brékine, Anastasios Papathanasiou, Dimitrios Kavallieros, Sébastien Ziegler, Christopher Hemmens, Adrian Quesada Rodriguez et al.
    Pages 81-92
  5. Sébastien Ziegler
    Pages 107-118
  6. Ana Maria Pacheco Huamani, Sébastien Ziegler
    Pages 119-128
  7. Lucio Scudiero, Sébastien Ziegler
    Pages 129-142
  8. Luca Bolognini, Camilla Bistolfi, Sébastien Ziegler
    Pages 143-148
  9. Sébastien Ziegler, Mythili Menon, Pasquale Annichino
    Pages 149-171
  10. Adrian Quesada Rodriguez, Sébastien Ziegler, Christopher Hemmens, Ana Maria Pacheco Huamani, Cesco Reale, Nathalie Stembert et al.
    Pages 173-189
  11. Antonio Skarmeta, José L. Hernández-Ramos, Juan A. Martinez
    Pages 191-209
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 211-221

About this book

Introduction

This book provides an overview of the most recent developments in Internet of Things (IoT) security and data protection. It presents the results of several international research projects addressing this topic from complementary angles. It starts by analyzing the main privacy and security threats on IoT, as well as the evolution of data protection norms, such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and their impact on IoT. Through a comprehensive and systematic approach, the contributors present new perspectives on IoT & Cloud Computing security requirements. They discuss the most recent approach to support trusted IoT, including new models of privacy risk assessment, labeling and certification, and contractual tools (such as Privacy PACT). Practical implementations, such as in the European Large Scale Pilots on IoT for Smart Cities (Synchronicity), are presented, explaining how they address security, privacy and data protection. Finally, innovative models to secure IoT systems are presented for the network and end-nodes security, including network threats analysis.

  • Shares results from several international research projects on IoT, cybersecurity, and privacy;
  • Combines complementary expertise from top experts in IoT, security, and data protection;
  • Provides a comprehensive view on how to protect IoT deployments and make them comply with the GDPR.

Keywords

Internet of Things (IoT) Security Privacy and Security Threat Cybersecurity Data protection Personal Data Protection IPv6 Network Security IoT Security in Smart cities

Editors and affiliations

  • Sébastien Ziegler
    • 1
  1. 1.Mandat InternationalGenevaSwitzerland

About the editors

Dr. Sébastien Ziegler is co-founder and Director General of Mandat International. He serves as President of the IoT Forum, as Vice Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Subcommittee on the IoT, and as Rapporteur at the ITU on research and emerging technologies for the IoT. He initiated several national and international research projects in the area of ICT, with a focus on Internet of Things, IPv6, multiprotocol interoperability, crowdsourcing, privacy, and cybersecurity. He is currently coordinating and associated to several ongoing European research projects and is co-directing the Master in Advanced Studies on the Internet of Things at the University of Geneva. With a multi-disciplinary academic profile, combining international law, science, and economics, he is a relentless promoter of research, innovation and international cooperation. He personally supported the creation of more than ten organizations, foundations and companies.

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