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Secure Connected Objects

Dominique Paret, Consultant Jean-Paul Huon, Consultant

ISBN: 9781786300591

Publication Date: May 2017   Hardback   314 pp.

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Although the Internet of Things (IoT) is still a relatively new topic, there is already a wealth of literature on the topic.
In this book, the authors focus on the concrete aspects of IoT: the daily operation, on the ground, of this domain, including concrete and detailed discussion of the designs, applications and realizations of Secure Connected Things and IoT.
As experts in the development of RFID and IoT technologies, the authors offer the reader a highly technical discussion of these topics, including the many approaches (technical, security, safety, ergonomic, economic, normative, regulations, etc.) involved in Secure Connected Objects projects.
This book is written both for readers wishing to familiarize themselves with the complex issues surrounding networking objects and for those who design these connective “things”.

Contents

1. Introduction.
2. The (Overly) Vast World of IoT.
3. Why a Connectable Thing?
4. Aspects to be Taken into Consideration.
5. Financial and Marketing Aspects.
6. Technical and Industrial Aspects.
7. Regulatory and Normative Aspects.
8. Security Aspects.
9. Communication Models in IoT.
10. Overall Architecture of an IoT System.
11. From the Outside World to the Thing.
12. The Secure Connected Thing.
13. Means of Communication to Access a Base Station.
14. Network Access Layer – IP.
15. The Server.
16. Transport and Messaging Protocols.
17. Cloud and Fog Computing.
18. Examples of the Concrete Realization of Connected Things.
19. Cost Aspects.

About the Authors

Dominique Paret is Engineer ESIEE / DEA of physics and was responsible for the technical support of an international leader of electronic components for many years. Professor in numerous engineering schools in France and abroad, he runs a company of consultants/technical experts.
Jean-Paul Huon is Engineer IMERIR + CNAM of Robotic & Artificial Intelligence and has previously worked in many sectors (Telecom, electrical vehicle, Retail, mobile payments, Public Transport, French Post Office and DGA (Délégation Générale pour l’Armement). He is the co-founder of the “Business connected group” Z#BRE which he runs by exploiting the economic potential of the Internet of Things.

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