Hardware Security in Sensor and its Networks

Mohammad Mezanur Rahman Monjur, Joseph Heacock, Joshua Calzadillas, MD Shaad Mahmud, John Roth, Kunal Mankodiya, Edward Sazonov, Qiaoyan Yu
2022 Frontiers in Sensors  
Sensor networks and IoT systems have been widely deployed in monitoring and controlling system. With its increasing utilization, the functionality and performance of sensor networks and their applications are not the only design aims; security issues in sensor networks attract more and more attentions. Security threats in sensor and its networks could be originated from various sectors: users in cyber space, security-weak protocols, obsolete network infrastructure, low-end physical devices, and
more » ... global supply chain. In this work, we take one of the emerging applications, advanced manufacturing, as an example to analyze the security challenges in the sensor network. Presentable attacks—hardware Trojan attack, man-in-the-middle attack, jamming attack and replay attack—are examined in the context of sensing nodes deployed in a long-range wide-area network (LoRaWAN) for advanced manufacturing. Moreover, we analyze the challenges of detecting those attacks.
doi:10.3389/fsens.2022.850056 fatcat:vsp5n4akejbornwtd47xqzlkou