Titre : Performance and Verifiability for IoT Security Protocols
Date : 15 février 2023
Résumé : This thesis deals with the privacy and safety concerns raised by IoT. We propose security protocols that preserve the privacy of the users' data. In addition to privacy, we design verifiable solutions that guarantee the correctness of the computations performed by the IoT devices and the platform and hence increase trust toward this technology. We design these solutions while focusing on their performance. More precisely, we propose protocols that are scalable to cope with the increasing number of IoT devices. We also consider protocols that are fault-tolerant to cope with the frequent dropouts of IoT devices. We particularly focus on two security protocols: Secure Aggregation and Remote Attestation.
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