Securing Networks of IoT Devices with Digital Twins and Automated Adversary Emulation

Ewout Willem van der Wal, Mohammed El-hajj

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Abstract

With the number of Internet-connected devices
(things), expected to be almost 30 billion by 2030, the Internet
of Things (IoT) technologies already became a part of everyday
life, various areas like public health, smart cars, smart grids,
smart cities, smart manufacturing and smart homes. On the
other hand there is also the necessity of securing all these devices
from possible cyber-attacks. In this paper, We investigate the
current state of the art of IoT security and Digital Twins, digital
representations of physical objects. We then use this knowledge
to propose a novel methodology to use Cyber Digital Twins and
Autonomous Adversary Emulation to improve the security of
IoT devices. Consequently, we show that this methodology has
the potential to improve the security of IoT applications. This
work contributes a review of the state of the art in IoT security
research and a novel method for improving IoT device security.
Original languageEnglish
Pages241 - 246
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 24 Feb 2023
Event26th International Computer Science and Engineering Conference, ICSEC 2022: ICSEC 2022 - Kasetsart University, Sakon Nakhon , Thailand
Duration: 21 Dec 202223 Dec 2022
Conference number: 26
https://kuse.csc.ku.ac.th/icsec2022

Conference

Conference26th International Computer Science and Engineering Conference, ICSEC 2022
Abbreviated titleICSEC 2022
Country/TerritoryThailand
CitySakon Nakhon
Period21/12/2223/12/22
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Keywords

  • 2023 OA procedure

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