• Larysa Globa Prof DSc. in Computer Engineering, IEEE Professional Member, Chair of Information-telecommunication Networks, Institute of Telecommunication Systems, “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine,
  • Julia Yamnenko Faculty of Electronics Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Kyiv, Ukraine,
  • Vasyl Kurdecha assistant Institute of Telecommunication Systems Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Kyiv, Ukraine,
  • Danylo Trokhymenko Institute of Telecommunication Systems Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Kyiv, Ukraine,



Internet of things, data security.


Background. The Internet of Things as a concept and as a network is a multitude of objects, which can be either static or dynamic in nature. Those objects also must be identifiable and should be able to be integrated into communication networks related to both the physical world and the information world, Data provided by things is often personal. It can contain our environment, the status of our homes and cities, or our personal health and activities. That’s why mechanisms to provide and guarantee the security and privacy of data are crucial issues in IoT. However, protecting the Internet of Things is a complex
and difficult task. To handle the detection of intrusion in IoT is hard task too. This opens up exciting new business opportunities and a trail for economic growth.
Objective. The purpose of the paper is creating concept of data securing in the Internet of things networks.
Methods. Analysis of publications on data security of the Internet of Things. Integration of existing data protection solutions (at the node, network) level with software management systems.
Results. The possible way is combining the current passive protection such as encryption, and integrating them within more active and dynamic applications, such as AIS-based systems shown in the article or any other similar system.
Conclusions. The paper proposes the concept of data protection in the Internet of Things, which is based on the combination of several solutions into a single system and allows ensuring data protection at a guaranteed level.



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