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Threats Analysis and Mobile Key Recovery for Internet of Things
Lee, Yunjung; Park, Yongjoon; Kim, Chul Soo; Lee, Bongkyu;
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IoT should be considered security risk environments such as various platforms and services including smart devices that can be mounted on household electric appliances, healthcare, car, and heterogeneous networks that are connected to the Internet, cloud services and mobile Apps.. In this paper, we provide analysis of new security threats, caused by open-platform of IoT and sensors via the Internet. Also, we present the key recovery mechanism that is applied to IoT. It results to have compatibility with given research, reduces network overhead, and performs key recovery without depending on key escrow agencies or authorized party.
IoT Security;Smart Devices;Sensor;Mobile Key Recovery;
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