Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging paradigm for cooperation among physical objects provided with computational and communication capabilities. The great amount of interactions occurring within the IoT environments expose IoT users and interconnected objects to security and privacy risks. Consequently, adding security and privacy into the IoT domain is fundamental for a wider IoT diusion. In open and dynamic IoT environments such problems are more relevant for the greater possibility of anomalous behaviors and the adoption of approaches uniquely based on authentication methods could result infeasible and/or inadequate for creating an eective trustworthiness atmosphere. A possible solution, widely applied and investigated in dierent fields, is represented by trust- and reputation-based systems. To tackle the issues above we conceived a distributed reputation model along with a framework to manage information about IoT devices reputation. In particular, the model provides some countermeasures to detect malicious or cheating devices. To test the performance of our proposal, a set of experiments simulating the vehicular mobility on a basic urban network has been executed by providing promising results.

A Reputation Framework to Share Resources into IoT-based Smart Environments

POSTORINO M;ROSACI D;SARNE G
2017-01-01

Abstract

Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging paradigm for cooperation among physical objects provided with computational and communication capabilities. The great amount of interactions occurring within the IoT environments expose IoT users and interconnected objects to security and privacy risks. Consequently, adding security and privacy into the IoT domain is fundamental for a wider IoT diusion. In open and dynamic IoT environments such problems are more relevant for the greater possibility of anomalous behaviors and the adoption of approaches uniquely based on authentication methods could result infeasible and/or inadequate for creating an eective trustworthiness atmosphere. A possible solution, widely applied and investigated in dierent fields, is represented by trust- and reputation-based systems. To tackle the issues above we conceived a distributed reputation model along with a framework to manage information about IoT devices reputation. In particular, the model provides some countermeasures to detect malicious or cheating devices. To test the performance of our proposal, a set of experiments simulating the vehicular mobility on a basic urban network has been executed by providing promising results.
978-150904428-3
Reputation system, Internet of Things, Multiagent system, Transportation network
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