: Kuan-Ching Li
: 62.66 MB
Security, privacy, and trust in the Internet of Things (IoT) and CPS (Cyber-Physical Systems) are different from conventional security as concerns revolve around the collection and aggregation of data or transmission of data over the network. Analysis of cyber-attack vectors and the provision of appropriate mitigation techniques are essential research areas for these systems. Adoption of best practices and maintaining a balance between ease of use and security are, again, crucial for the effective performance of these systems. Recent Advances in Security, Privacy and Trust for Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) discusses and presents techniques and methodologies, as well as a wide range of examples and illustrations, to effectively show the principles, algorithms, challenges, and applications of security, privacy, and trust for IoT and CPS. Book features: Introduces new directions for research, development, and engineering security, privacy, and trust of IoT and CPS Includes a wealth of examples and illustrations to effectively demonstrate the principles, algorithms, challenges, and applications Covers most of the important security aspects and current trends not present in other reference books This book will also serve as an excellent reference in security, privacy, and trust of IoT and CPS for professionals in this fast-evolving and critical field. The chapters present high-quality contributions from researchers, academics, and practitioners from various national and international organizations and universities.