Sécurisation de l'Internet des objets

Abstract : Internet of Things becomes a part of our everyday lives. Billions of smart and autonomous things around the world are connected and communicate with each other. This revolutionary paradigm creates a new dimension that removes boundaries between the real and the virtual worlds. Its success is due to the evolution of hardware and communication technologies, especially wireless ones. IoT is the result of the development and combination of different technologies. Today, it covers almost all areas of information technology (IT).Wireless sensor networks are a cornerstone of IoT's success. Using constrained things, industrial, medical, agricultural, and other environments can be automatically covered and managed.Things can communicate, analyze, process and manage data without any human intervention. However, security issues prevent the rapid evolution and deployment of this high technology. Identity usurpation, information theft, and data modification represent a real danger for this system of systems.The subject of my thesis is the creation of a security system that provides services for the authentication of connected things, the integrity of their exchanged data and the confidentiality of information. This approach must take into account the things and communication technologies constraints.
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Mohamed Tahar Hammi. Sécurisation de l'Internet des objets. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Université Paris-Saclay, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018SACLT006⟩. ⟨tel-01997261⟩

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