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There is a great demand for an efficient security framework which can secure IoT systems from potential adversarial attacks. However, it is challenging to design a suitable security model for IoT considering the dynamic and distributed nature of IoT. This motivates the researchers to focus more on investigating the role of machine learning (ML) in the designing of security models. A brief analysis of different ML algorithms for IoT security is discussed along with the advantages and limitations of ML algorithms. Existing studies state that ML algorithms suffer from the problem of high computational overhead and risk of privacy leakage. In this context, this review focuses on the implementation of federated learning (FL) and deep learning (DL) algorithms for IoT security. Unlike conventional ML techniques, FL models can maintain the privacy of data while sharing information with other systems. The study suggests that FL can overcome the drawbacks of conventional ML techniques in terms of maintaining the privacy of data while sharing information with other systems. The study discusses different models, overview, comparisons, and summarization of FL and DL-based techniques for IoT security.
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Gugueoth, V., Safavat, S., & Shetty, S. (2023). Security of Internet of Things (IoT) using federated learning and deep learning — recent advancements, issues and prospects. ICT Express. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icte.2023.03.006
Gugueoth, Vinay; Safavat, Sunitha; and Shetty, Sachin, "Security of Internet of Things (IoT) Using Federated Learning and Deep Learning — Recent Advancements, Issues and Prospects" (2023). Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty Publications. 401.