Security in 5G-Enabled Internet of Things Communication: Issues: Challenges, and Future Research Roadmap
5G mobile communication systems promote the mobile network to not only interconnect people, but also interconnect and control the machine and other devices. 5G-enabled Internet of Things (IoT) communication environment supports a wide-variety of applications, such as remote surgery, self-driving car, virtual reality, flying IoT drones, security and surveillance and many more. These applications help and assist the routine works of the community. In such communication environment, all the devices and users communicate through the Internet. Therefore, this communication agonizes from different types of security and privacy issues. It is also vulnerable to different types of possible attacks (for example, replay, impersonation, password reckoning, physical device stealing, session key computation, privileged-insider, malware, man-in-the-middle, malicious routing, and so on). It is then very crucial to protect the infrastructure of 5G-enabled IoT communication environment against these attacks. This necessitates the researchers working in this domain to propose various types of security protocols under different types of categories, like key management, user authentication/device authentication, access control/user access control and intrusion detection. In this survey paper, the details of various system models (i.e., network model and threat model) required for 5G-enabled IoT communication environment are provided. The details of security requirements and attacks possible in this communication environment are further added. The different types of security protocols are also provided. The analysis and comparison of the existing security protocols in 5G-enabled IoT communication environment are conducted. Some of the future research challenges and directions in the security of 5G-enabled IoT environment are displayed. The motivation of this work is to bring the details of different types of security protocols in 5G-enabled IoT under one roof so that the future researchers will be benefited with the conducted work.
Original Publication Citation
Wazid, M., Das, A. K., Shetty, S., Gope, P., & Rodrigues, J. J. P. C. (2020). Security in 5G-enabled internet of things communication: Issues, challenges, and future research roadmap. IEEE Access, 9, 4466-4489. https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3047895
Wazid, Mohammad; Das, Ashok Kumar; Shetty, Sachin; Gope, Prosanta; and Rodrigues, Joel J.P.C., "Security in 5G-Enabled Internet of Things Communication: Issues: Challenges, and Future Research Roadmap" (2020). VMASC Publications. 54.
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