1st Edition

Internet of Things and Cyber Physical Systems Security and Forensics

    298 Pages 91 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    The quantity, diversity, and sophistication of Internet of Things (IoT) items are rapidly increasing, posing significant issues but also innovative solutions for forensic science. Such systems are becoming increasingly common in public locations, businesses, universities, residences, and other shared offices, producing enormous amounts of data at rapid speeds in a variety of forms. IoT devices can be used as suspects, digital witnesses, or instruments of crime and cyberattacks, posing new investigation problems, forensic issues, security threats, legal concerns, privacy concerns, and ethical dilemmas. A cyberattack on IoT devices might target the device itself or associated systems, particularly vital infrastructure.

    This book discusses the advancements in IoT and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) forensics. The first objective is to learn and understand the fundamentals of IoT forensics. This objective will answer the question of why and how IoT has evolved as one of the most promising and widely accepted technologies across the globe and has many widely accepted applications.

    The second objective is to learn how to use CPS to address many computational problems. CPS forensics is a promising domain, and there are various advancements in this field. This book is structured so that the topics of discussion are relevant to each reader’s particular areas of interest. The book’s goal is to help each reader to see the relevance of IoT and CPS forensics to his or her career or interests.

    This book not only presents numerous case studies from a global perspective, but it also compiles a large amount of literature and research from a database. As a result, this book effectively demonstrates the concerns, difficulties, and trends surrounding the topic while also encouraging readers to think globally. The main goal of this project is to encourage both researchers and practitioners to share and exchange their experiences and recent studies between academia and industry.

    1. Emerging Trends in Security, Cyber Crime and Digital Forensics in Context of Internet of Things by Sameeka Saini, Abhilasha Chauhan, Luxmi Sapra, Gesu Thakur. 2. Internet of Things (IoT): Security, Cybercrimes & Digital Forensics by Ankit Garg, Anuj Kumar Singh. 3. Emerging Security Threats and Challenges in IoT by Priyank Parmar, Dr. Ravi Sheth. 4. A Review on Security Frameworks and Protocols in Internet of Things by Meenu Vijarania, Swati, Akshat Agarwal. 5. Application of Artificial Intelligence for DDoS Attack Detection and Prevention on Cyber Physical Systems Using Deep Learning by J. E. T. Akinsola, R. O. Abimbola, M. A. Adeagbo, A. A. Awoseyi, F. O. Onipede, A. A. Yusuf. 6. Managing Trust in IoT using Permissioned Blockchain by Rajesh Kumar, Dr. Rewa Sharma. 7. Cyber Physical System Security by Ankit Kumar Singh. 8. Intrusion Detection Systems Apropos of Internet of Things (IoT) by Abhilasha Chauhan, Sameeka Saini, Luxmi Sapra, Gesu Thakur. 9. Intrusion Detection for The Internet of Things by Vikas Kumar, Dr Mukul Gupta and Shubhika Gaur. 10. Cybercrimes and Digital Forensics in Internet of Things by Dr. Vinita Sharma. 11. Security and Privacy for IoT-based Smart Cities by Dr. Pawan Whig, Shama Kouser, Kritika Puruhit, Naved Alam, Jamia Hamdard, Arun Velu. 12. Network Vulnerability Analysis for Internet of Things (IoT) Based Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) Using Digital Forensics by J. E. T. Akinsola, F. O. Onipede, S. O. Osonuga, S. O. Abdul-Yakeen, R. O. Olopade, A. O. Eyitayo, H. A. Badmus.


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