A survey of security and privacy in Next-Generation Internet of Things
Anju Augustin
Next-Generation Networks, IoT, Security and privacy, Cloud. Fog, Edge.
Recently, IoT (Internet of Things) and Next Generation Networks (5G & 6G) have been an attractive area of research to develop a smart home, smart city environment. These new forms of technology continue to permeate modern-day society and can have significant impacts on business, government, and personal interactions. They promise to deliver significant increases in speed, connectivity, and capacity. Together these technologies are predicted to offer substantial advances in communications. As these technologies grow in prominence, however their security becomes even more crucial. This security needs to consider and accommodate the unique features of these new platforms, and build security as a standard. This paper aims to give comprehensive details on existing technologies that are used in IoT networks. They are cloud computing, fog computing, edge computing, SDN (Software Defined Networks), WSN (Wireless Sensor Networks), and CI (Computational Intelligence). These technologies move from centralized cloud computing to decentralized intelligent computing systems. So here makes a comparison of their features and drawbacks from the security and privacy perspectives. And also provide details of different IoT attacks that affects the Next Generation networks and their solutions. This will help to find a better method for the privacy and security of Next Generation- IoT.
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Unique Paper ID: 156923

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 5

Page(s): 372 - 382
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