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THE INTERNET OF RISKY THINGS. TRUSTING THE DEVICES THAT SURROUND US
Título:
THE INTERNET OF RISKY THINGS. TRUSTING THE DEVICES THAT SURROUND US
Subtítulo:
Autor:
SMITH, S
Editorial:
O´REILLY
Año de edición:
2017
ISBN:
978-1-4919-6362-3
Páginas:
240
29,95 € -10,0% 26,96 €

 

Sinopsis

By 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) will consist of millions of computational devices intimately connected to real-world aspects of human life. In this insightful book, Professor Sean Smith, who worked in information security long before the web appeared, explains that if we build the IoT the way we built the current internet and other information technology initiatives, we're headed for trouble.

With a focus on concrete solutions, The Internet of Risky Things explains how we can avoid simple flaws that have plagued several dramatic IT advances in recent decades. Developers, engineers, industrial designers, makers, and researchers will explore ´design patterns of insecurities´ and learn what's required to route around or fix them in the nascent IoT.

Examine bugs that plague large-scale systems, including integer overflow, race conditions, and memory corruption
Look at successful and disastrous examples of previous quantum leaps in health IT, the smart grid, and autonomous vehicles
Explore patterns in coding, authentication, and cryptography that led to insecurity
Learn how blunders that led to spectacular IT disasters could have been avoided



Chapter 1Brave New Internet
Worst-Case Scenarios: Cyber Love Canal
What's Different?
Inevitable and Unfortunate Decay
The IoT's Impact on the Physical World
The Physical World's Impact on the IoT
Worst-Case Scenarios: Cyber Pearl Harbor
Where to Go Next
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Chapter 2Examples and Building Blocks
Computing Devices
Architectures for an IoT
The Bigger Picture
What's Next
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Chapter 3The Future Has Been Here Before
Bug Background
Smart Health IT
Smart Grid
Smart Vehicles
Not Repeating Past Mistakes
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Chapter 4Overcoming Design Patterns for Insecurity
Anti-Pattern: Doing Too Much
Anti-Pattern: Coding Blunders
Anti-Pattern: Authentication Blunders
Anti-Pattern: Cryptography Blunders
A Better Future
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Chapter 5Names and Identity in the IoT
Who Is That, Really?
The Standard Cryptographic Toolkit
The Newer Toolkit
IoT Challenges
Moving Forward
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Chapter 6The Internet of Tattletale Devices
Cautionary Tales
When Things Betray Their Owners
Emerging Infrastructure for Spying
Getting What We Want
Works Cited
Chapter 7Business, Things, and Risks
How the IoT Changes Business
Profit and Safety
When the User Is the Product
Profit and Technological Choices
Businesses and Things and People
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Chapter 8Laws, Society, and Things
When Technology Evades Law
When Law Stops Scrutiny of Technology
When New Things Don't Fit Old Paradigms
Looking Forward
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Chapter 9The Digital Divide and the IoT
How Digital Divides Emerged in the IoC
How Digital Divides May Continue in the IoT
When IT Is Required to Support Basic Rights
The IoT Enforcing Preexisting Socioeconomic Divides
The IoT Creating Divides Among Connected Classes
Looking Forward
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Chapter 10The Future of Humans and Machines
A Framework for Interconnection
Human/Machine Interconnection in the IoT
Ethical Choices in the IoT Age
Perception of Boundaries in the IoT Age
Human Work in the IoT Age
Brave New Internet, with Brave New People in It
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