Wearable IoT Computing: Interface, Emotions, Wearer's Culture, and Security/Privacy Concerns
Book description for: Cyber-Assurance approach to the Internet of Things
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.
McCloud, R., Lerski, M., Park, J., & Brooks, T.T. (2017). Wearable loT Computing: Interface, Emotions, Wearer's Culture, and Security/Privacy Concerns. In T.T. Brooks (Ed.), Cyber assurance for the internet of things (pp. 177-186). Wiley-IEEE Press.