The Internet of Things (IoT) enables communication environments to support a wide range of applications when equipped with 5G connectivity. As a concern mode of communication to security and privacy, it is susceptible to a variety of distinct kinds of potential assaults, for example, replay, impersonation, password reckoning,
physical device stealing, session key computation, privileged-insider, malware, manin-the-middle, malicious routing, etc. Protecting the infrastructure of a 5G-enabled Internet of Things communication environment against assaults of this kind is thus of the utmost importance. The factors that influence these challenges are coverage,
dependability, range, reliability, scalability, security, speed, etc. Because of this, the researchers working in this field are required to come up with a variety of different security protocols that fall under various categories, such as key management, user authentication/device authentication, access control/user access control, and intrusion detection. Therefore, the proposed book effectively helps academicians, researchers, computer professionals, industry people, and valued users. The influence of next-generation wireless networks, technology and the telecom sector is remarkable on modern society. Sensor networks have become such a critical
component in contemporary science and technology; many tasks would not even be possible without them. IoT is a truly interdisciplinary subject that draws from synergistic developments involving many disciplines and is used in the intelligent environment, telecommunication, computer network vision, and many other fields.
In addition to this, a variety of security needs and probable threats in this communication environment are described. The subsequent step is the preparation of the various kinds and categories of security procedures. Additionally structured are the many kinds of analyses of the current security protocols in the setting of 5G-enabled Internet of Things devices. It has gained momentum and popularity as it has become a key research topic in wireless networks. This book has put a thrust on this vital area. This book focuses on information security practices for the internet of things, 5G, and next-generation wireless networks and its analysis for final-year undergraduate or first-year postgraduate students with a background in engineering, computer
intelligence, remote sensing, radiologic sciences or physics. Designed for readers
who will become “end users” of wireless communication in various domains, it
emphasizes the conceptual framework and the effective use of 5G communication
tools. It uses mathematics as a tool, minimizing the advanced mathematical
development of other textbooks.
Security and privacy for the internet of things, 5G, and next-generation wireless
networks, this book is ideally designed for communication engineers, computer
engineers, professionals, academicians, researchers, and students seeking coverage
on problem-oriented processing techniques and sensor technologies. The book is
an essential reference source that discusses information security practices for the
internet of things, 5G, and next-generation wireless networks.
This book is intended to give the recent trends on IoT enable 5G communication for
information security and blockchain applications and to understand and study different
application areas. This book mainly focuses on stepwise discussion, exhaustive
literature review, detailed analysis and discussion, rigorous experimentation results
and an application-oriented approach.