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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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A Comprehensive Analysis On Intrusion Detection In Iot Based Smart Environments Using Machine Learning Approaches

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Umar Albalawi



Cyber-attacks, Internet of Things, Intrusion, Anomaly, Machine Learning, Security attacks, Smart Environment



With the expansion in the quantity of Internet-connected devices, security and privacy concerns were the important obstructions hindering the extensive adoption of the IoT. Security in IoT has become a major consideration for all, including the organizations, consumers, and the government. While attacks on any system can't be completely secured perpetually, real-time detection of the attacks are significant to protect the systems in a compelling way. Privacy and security are the major important concerns in the domain of real-time communication and predominantly on IoTs. With the development of IoT, the security of network layer has drawn better focus. The vulnerabilities of security in the IoT can create security threats dependent on any application. In this manner there is a basic prerequisite for security development and enhancement for the IoT system for preventing security attacks dependent on vulnerabilities of security. In this study we reviewed IoT system, security attacks, security requirements and its applications based on Machine learning approaches. The goal of this review was to analyze the Machine learning techniques that could be utilized to develop and enhance the security techniques for IoT systems.



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