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RadIoT: Radio Communications Intrusion Detection for IoT - A Protocol Independent Approach

Abstract : Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices are nowadays massively integrated in daily life: homes, factories, or public places. This technology offers attractive services to improve the quality of life as well as new economic markets through the exploitation of the collected data. However, these connected objects have also become attractive targets for attackers because their current security design is often weak or flawed, as illustrated by several vulnerabilities such as Mirai, Blueborne, etc. This paper presents a novel approach for detecting intrusions in smart spaces such as smarthomes, or smartfactories, that is based on the monitoring and profiling of radio communications at the physical layer using machine learning techniques. The approach is designed to be independent of the large and heterogeneous set of wireless communication protocols typically implemented by connected objects such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Bluetooth-Low-Energy (BLE) or proprietary communication protocols. The main concepts of the proposed approach are presented together with an experimental case study illustrating its feasibility based on data collected during the deployment of the intrusion detection approach in a smart home under real-life conditions.
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  • HAL Id : hal-01914981, version 1
  • ARXIV : 1811.03934

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Jonathan Roux, Eric Alata, Guillaume Auriol, Mohamed Kaâniche, Vincent Nicomette, et al.. RadIoT: Radio Communications Intrusion Detection for IoT - A Protocol Independent Approach. 17th IEEE International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications (NCA 2018), Nov 2018, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. 8p. ⟨hal-01914981⟩

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