Towards secure smart campus: security requirements, attacks and counter measures

Ahmed Srhir, Tomader Mazri, Mohammed Benbrahim


The internet of things (IoT) has the potential to significantly impact growth due to the technological revolution, widespread dissemination of information, and emergence of events. Intelligent housing, urban centers, and educational systems are all forms of intelligence. The IoT gs has garnered significant attention from researchers, who claim that this technology will play a pivotal role in determining the future of the Internet, as per the reports of Cisco Inc., in this context, the concept of a smart campus refers to the establishment of a durable and interconnected setting that enhances learning, efficiency, and the overall living experience. Similar to other intelligent environments, the smart campus is susceptible to a variety of risks and threats this situation presents important security-related challenges that have an influence on the advancement of the campus. This article presents an overview of intelligent campuses by emphasizing the primary applications and technologies utilized. It provides an examination and evaluation of the primary security concerns associated with smart campuses, classified based on their respective types and levels of significance, and determines the security requirements, current threats and attacks, and the state of the art in terms of architectural solutions and the prevention of security vulnerabilities.


Attacks; Internet of thing; Security issues; Smart campus; Smart system; Vulnerabilities

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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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