Software Defined Security Architecture for a Smart Home Networks Using Token Sharing Mechanism
9 Pages Posted: 14 Jun 2019
Date Written: February 20, 2019
Since the end of 2000, there are lot of revolutions occurs in the field of Internet of Things (IoT), that affect tremendously on the world internet infrastructure. Smart Home is a dwelling which incorporates the key electrical appliances of a home connected to each other in a network, so that it can be easily accessed through remote device. The complexity of a smart home lies in the fact that it comprises of many heterogeneous networks which works simultaneously in order to achieve common task. Since each and every network has some sort of vulnerability associated with it, the same lies with Smart home network. Each of the layers of a smart home architecture is associated with some vulnerability. These Vulnerability could be dangerous and can exploit the network if not properly handled. This Paper discussed a secure framework based on Token Sharing mechanism using Squid Authentication for Access Control in a Smart Home Networks.
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