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Security Challenges for IoT Based Applications & Solutions Using Fog Computing: A Survey

Authors Names :   Sayali Karmode   1 *  

1  Affiliation :  Assistant Professor (CS & IT) at Satish Pradhan Dnyansadhana College, Thane

    Email :  sayalis.karmode@gmail.com

Doi   :  10.5281/zenodo.3786143

Abstract :

The internet of things has taken the world by storm. According to prediction, there will be around 30 billion connected devices in the year 2020. This means that some or all our home applications might have the capability to be controlled remotely. Recently, the use of IoT devices and sensors has been rapidly increased which also caused data generation (information and logs), bandwidth usage, and related phenomena to be increased. To our best knowledge, a standard definition for the integration of fog computing with IoT is emerging now. This integration will bring many opportunities for the researchers, especially while building cyber-security related solutions. In this study, we surveyed about the integration of fog computing with IoT and its implications. Our goal was to find out and emphasize problems, specifically security-related problems that arise with the employment of fog computing by IoT.  

Keywords :

IoT , IoT Security , Security Threats , Cloud , Fog Computing

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