Towards IoT Security Automation and Orchestration

Zheng, Yifeng, Pal, Arindam, Abuadbba, Sharif, Pokhrel, Shiva Raj, Nepal, Surya and Janicke, Helge 2020, Towards IoT Security Automation and Orchestration, in TPS-ISA 2020 : Proceedings of IEEE's 2nd International Conference on Privacy and Security in Intelligent Systems and Applications, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alimitos, Calif., pp. 55-63, doi: 10.1109/TPS-ISA50397.2020.00018.

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Title Towards IoT Security Automation and Orchestration
Author(s) Zheng, Yifeng
Pal, Arindam
Abuadbba, Sharif
Pokhrel, Shiva RajORCID iD for Pokhrel, Shiva Raj orcid.org/0000-0001-5819-765X
Nepal, Surya
Janicke, Helge
Conference name TPS-ISA Trust, Privacy and Security in Intelligent Systems and Applications. IEEE International Conference (2nd : 2020 : Virtual via Atlanta, Georgia)
Conference location Atlanta, Georgia - Virtual
Conference dates 01 - 03 Dec. 2020
Title of proceedings TPS-ISA 2020 : Proceedings of IEEE's 2nd International Conference on Privacy and Security in Intelligent Systems and Applications
Publication date 2020
Start page 55
End page 63
Total pages 9
Publisher IEEE Computer Society
Place of publication Los Alimitos, Calif.
Keyword(s) IoT
security
security automation
security orchestration
configuration
no CORE2020
Summary The massive boom of Internet of Things (IoT) has led to the explosion of smart IoT devices and the emergence of various applications such as smart cities, smart grids, smart mining, connected health, and more. While the proliferation of IoT systems promises many benefits for different sectors, it also exposes a large attack surface, raising an imperative need to put security in the first place. It is impractical to heavily rely on manual operations to deal with security of massive IoT devices and applications. Hence, there is a strong need for securing IoT systems with minimum human intervention. In light of this situation, in this paper, we envision security automation and orchestration for IoT systems. After conducting a comprehensive evaluation of the literature and having conversations with industry partners, we envision a framework integrating key elements towards this goal. For each element, we investigate the existing landscapes, discuss the current challenges, and identify future directions. We hope that this paper will bring the attention of the academic and industrial community towards solving challenges related to security automation and orchestration for IoT systems.
ISBN 9781728185439
Language eng
DOI 10.1109/TPS-ISA50397.2020.00018
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HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2020, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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