The solution of data transmission security for Gateway IoT
- Authors: Chinh Manh Dang 1*, Vinh Quang Thai 1, Minh Ngoc Pham 1, Trung Thanh Dang 2, Mai Thanh Thi Phung 2, Tan Duy Ngo 3
1 Institute of Information Technology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam 2 Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Electric Power University, Vietnam 3 Space Technology Institute, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam
- Received: 16th-Jan-2020
- Revised: 27th-Mar-2020
- Accepted: 29th-Apr-2020
- Online: 28th-Apr-2020
- Section: Information Technology
We are living in the trend of the Internet of Things (IoT), electronic devices that are capable of connecting and exchanging information with each other via the Internet. For automation, monitoring and control systems, there is a need to upgrade existing systems so that users can remotely monitor via the Internet. The solution is to integrate the Gateway device to transmit and receive data. However, in the Internet environment, the issue of information security and safety always needs attention because of the risk of network attacks and data theft. In this paper, the authors present data security solutions for Gateway IoT devices to ensure information security against eavesdropping or sniffers. The device has been integrated into a landslide monitoring system, which has proven to work, increasing the reliability of the system.
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