Performance and Security for the Internet of Things: Emerging Wireless Technologies
Shajaiah, Haya, Abdelhadi, Ahmed, Clancy, Charles
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A hands-on guide and mathematical approach to tackling security challenges and overall performance issues in 5G-based IoT communications
The Internet of Things (IoT) provides connectivity and data exchange anytime and anywhere among a wide variety of physical objects such as sensors, vehicles, and mobile phones. This book is a concise guide to securing wireless Internet of Things (IoT) systems at the communications level, covering wireless spectrum sharing systems, smart grid communications, machine-to-machine communications, and uplink/downlink communications for IoT applications. The methods, optimization problems, mathematical solutions, algorithms, and programming codes in the book can be applied directly or extended as countermeasures for different IoT vulnerabilities.
- -Detailed solutions for tackling communications security threats
- -Secure spectrum auction design
- -Spectrum trading architecture
- -Distributed optimization algorithm
- -Latency-centric IoT uplink framework
- -MATLAB code for IoT spectrum sharing and IoT smart grid
- -Joint carrier aggregation for IoT spectrum sharing systems
- -Anomaly detection and classification
Haya Shajaiah, Ph.D., is currently a visiting researcher at the department of ECE in Virginia Tech. She is an adjunct assistant professor at George Washington University and was awarded an Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowship by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education.
Ahmed Abdelhadi, Ph.D., is an assistant professor at the University of Houston. Before joining UH, he was a Research Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech. He is the author of Cellular Communications Systems in Congested Environments.
Charles Clancy, Ph.D., is the executive director of Virginia Tech's Hume Center for National Security and Technology and is the Bradley Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.