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CYBER-ASSURANCE FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS
Título:
CYBER-ASSURANCE FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS
Subtítulo:
Autor:
BROOKS, T
Editorial:
JOHN WILEY
Año de edición:
2017
ISBN:
978-1-119-19386-9
Páginas:
520
125,00 € -10,0% 112,50 €

 

Sinopsis

Presents an Cyber-Assurance approach to the Internet of Things (IoT)

This book discusses the cyber-assurance needs of the IoT environment, highlighting key information assurance (IA) IoT issues and identifying the associated security implications. Through contributions from cyber-assurance, IA, information security and IoT industry practitioners and experts, the text covers fundamental and advanced concepts necessary to grasp current IA issues, challenges, and solutions for the IoT. The future trends in IoT infrastructures, architectures and applications are also examined. Other topics discussed include the IA protection of IoT systems and information being stored, processed or transmitted from unauthorized access or modification of machine-2-machine (M2M) devices, radio-frequency identification (RFID) networks, wireless sensor networks, smart grids, and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. The book also discusses IA measures necessary to detect, protect, and defend IoT information and networks/systems to ensure their availability, integrity, authentication, confidentially, and non-repudiation.

Discusses current research and emerging trends in IA theory, applications, architecture and information security in the IoT based on theoretical aspects and studies of practical applications
Aids readers in understanding how to design and build cyber-assurance into the IoT
Exposes engineers and designers to new strategies and emerging standards, and promotes active development of cyber-assurance
Covers challenging issues as well as potential solutions, encouraging discussion and debate amongst those in the field
Cyber-Assurance for the Internet of Things is written for researchers and professionals working in the field of wireless technologies, information security architecture, and security system design. This book will also serve as a reference for professors and students involved in IA and IoT networking.

Tyson T. Brooks is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University; he also works with the Center for Information and Systems Assurance and Trust (CISAT) at Syracuse University, and is an information security technologist and science-practitioner. Dr. Brooks is the founder/Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Internet of Things and Cyber-Assurance, an associate editor for the Journal of Enterprise Architecture, the International Journal of Cloud Computing and Services Science, and the International Journal of Information and Network Security.



Table of Contents

LIST OF FIGURES xiii
LIST OF TABLES xvii

FOREWORD xix

PREFACE xxix

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xxxiii

CONTRIBUTORS xxxv

ACRONYMS xli

INTRODUCTION xlvii

PART I EMBEDDED DESIGN SECURITY 1

1 CERTIFIED SECURITY BY DESIGN FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS 3
Shiu-Kai Chin

1.1 Introduction / 3

1.2 Lessons from the Microelectronics Revolution / 3

1.3 Certified Security by Design / 5

1.4 Chapter Outline / 9

1.5 An Access-Control Logic / 9

1.6 An Introduction to HOL / 17

1.7 The Access-Control Logic in HOL / 25

1.8 Cryptographic Components and Their Models in Higher-Order Logic / 30

1.9 Cryptographic Hash Functions / 33

1.10 Asymmetric-Key Cryptography / 33

1.11 Digital Signatures / 36

1.12 Adding Security to State Machines / 38

1.13 A Networked Thermostat Certified Secure by Design / 49

1.14 Thermostat Use Cases / 52

1.15 Security Contexts for the Server and Thermostat / 56

1.16 Top-Level Thermostat Secure-State Machine / 58

1.17 Refined Thermostat Secure-State Machine / 67

1.18 Equivalence of Top-Level and Refined Secure-State Machines / 81

1.19 Conclusions / 84

Appendix / 86

References / 99

2 CYBER-ASSURANCE THROUGH EMBEDDED SECURITY FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS 101
Tyson T. Brooks and Joon Park

2.1 Introduction / 101

2.2 Cyber-Security and Cyber-Assurance / 106

2.3 Recognition, Fortification, Re-Establishment, Survivability / 108

2.4 Conclusion / 120

References / 122

3 A SECURE UPDATE MECHANISM FOR INTERNET OF THINGS DEVICES 129
Martin Goldberg

3.1 Introduction / 129

3.2 Importance of IOT Security / 130

3.3 Applying the Defense In-Depth Strategy for Updating / 131

3.4 A Standards Approach / 132

3.5 Conclusion / 134

References / 135

PART II TRUST IMPACT 137

4 SECURITY AND TRUST MANAGEMENT FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS: AN RFID AND SENSOR NETWORK PERSPECTIVE 139
M. Bala Krishna

4.1 Introduction / 139

4.2 Security and Trust in the Internet of Things / 142

4.3 Radio Frequency Identification: Evolution and Approaches / 147

4.4 Security and Trust in Wireless Sensor Networks / 151

4.5 Applications of Internet of Things and RFID in Real-Time Environment / 156

4.6 Future Research Directions and Conclusion / 158

References / 159

5 THE IMPACT OF IoT DEVICES ON NETWORK TRUST BOUNDARIES 163
Nicole Newmeyer

5.1 Introduction / 163

5.2 Trust Boundaries / 164

5.3 Risk Decisions and Conclusion / 173

References / 174

PART III WEARABLE AUTOMATION PROVENANCE 175

6 WEARABLE IoT COMPUTING: INTERFACE, EMOTIONS, WEARER'S CULTURE, AND SECURITY/PRIVACY CONCERNS 177
Robert McCloud, Martha Lerski, Joon Park, and Tyson T. Brooks

6.1 Introduction / 177

6.2 Data Accuracy in Wearable Computing / 178

6.3 Interface and Culture / 178

6.4 Emotion and Privacy / 179

6.5 Privacy Protection Policies for Wearable Devices / 181

6.6 Privacy/Security Concerns About Wearable Devices / 182

6.7 Expectations About Future Wearable Devices / 183

References / 184

7 ON VULNERABILITIES OF IoT-BASED CONSUMER-ORIENTED CLOSED-LOOP CONTROL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS 187
Martin Murillo

7.1 Introduction / 187

7.2 Industrial Control Systems and Home Automation Control / 189

7.3 Vulnerability Identification / 193

7.4 Modeling and Simulation of Basic Attacks to Control Loops and Service Providers / 198

7.5 Illustrating Various Attacks Through a Basic Home Heating System Model / 200

7.6 A Glimpse of Possible Economic Consequences of Addressed Attacks / 203

7.7 Discussion and Conclusion / 205

References / 206

8 BIG DATA COMPLEX EVENT PROCESSING FOR INTERNET OF THINGS PROVENANCE: BENEFITS FOR AUDIT, FORENSICS, AND SAFETY 209
Mark Underwood

8.1 Overview of Complex Event Processing / 209

8.2 The Need: IoT Security Challenges in Audit, Forensics, and Safety / 211

8.3 Challenges to CEP Adoption in IoT Settings / 213

8.4 CEP and IoT Security Visualization / 215

8.5 Summary / 217

8.6 Conclusion / 219

References / 220

PART IV CLOUD ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS 225

9 A STEADY-STATE FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING SECURITY MECHANISMS IN A CLOUD-OF-THINGS ARCHITECTURE 227
Tyson T. Brooks and Lee McKnight

Variable Nomenclature / 227

9.1 Introduction / 228

9.2 Background / 229

9.3 Establishing a Framework for CoT Analysis / 232

9.4 The CoT Steady-State Framework / 238

9.5 Conclusion / 244

References / 245

10 AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVE ON ENSURING CYBER-ASSURANCE FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS 249
Utku Köse

10.1 Introduction / 249

10.2 AI-Related Cyber-Assurance Research for the IoT / 250

10.3 Multidisciplinary Intelligence Enabling Opportunities with AI / 252

10.4 Future Research on AI-Based Cyber-Assurance for IoT / 254

10.5 Conclusion / 255

References / 255

11 PERCEIVED THREAT MODELING FOR CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS 257
Christopher Leberknight

11.1 Introduction / 257

11.2 Overview of Physical Security / 259

11.3 Relevance to Grounded Theory / 261

11.4 Theoretical Model Construction / 262

11.5 Experiment / 263

11.6 Results / 267

11.7 Discussion / 275

11.8 Future Research / 276

11.9 Conclusion / 278

References / 279

APPENDICES

A LIST OF IEEE INTERNET OF THINGS STANDARDS 283

B GLOSSARY 319

C CSBD THERMOSTAT REPORT 333

D CSBD ACCESS-CONTROL LOGIC REPORT 415

BIBLIOGRAPHY 433

INDEX 457