Cyber KillChain Based Security Policy Utilizing Hash for Internet of Things

해시를 활용한 사이버킬체인 기반의 사물인터넷 보안 정책

  • Received : 2018.07.20
  • Accepted : 2018.09.20
  • Published : 2018.09.28


Technology of Internet of Things (IoT) which is receiving the spotlight recently as a new growth engine of Information Communications Technology (ICT) industry in the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution needs trustworthiness beyond simple technology of security. IoT devices should consider trustworthiness from planning and design of IoTs so that everyone who develop, evaluate and use the device can measure and trust its security. Increased number of IoTs and long lifetime result in the increased securituy vulnerability due to the difficulty of software patch and update. In this paper, we investigated security and scalability issues of current IoT devices through research of the technical, political and industrial trend of IoT. In order to overcome the limitations, we propose an automatic verification of software integrity utilizing and a political solution to apply cyber killchain based security mechanism using hash which is an element technology of blockchain to solve these problems.


Internet of Things;Cyber KillChain;Blockchain;Integrity;Software


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