A review of intrusion detection system and security threat in internet of things enabled environment

Nisha Nisha, Nasib Singh Gill, Preeti Gulia


Thousands of devices communicate globally to share data and information without any human intervention. A network of physical objects with numerous sensors and other network hardware to exchange data with servers and additional devices that are linked is referred to as the "internet of things (IoT)”. The actions hurting the communication system are known as intrusions. Security features such as (integrity, and confidentiality) within IoT networks are compromised when any kind of intrusion occurs. To identify multiple infiltration types in an environment where IoT is enabled, an intrusion detection system (IDS) is required. In environments where IoT is enabled, security vulnerabilities are now more prevalent than ever. In this study, the IoT architecture is reviewed, and potential security risks at each tier are investigated. It is also hoped that this research will stimulate thought about the expanding risks posed by unprotected IoT devices. The paper also intends to provide an in-depth analysis of intrusion detection systems for identifying and classifying security threats in an IoT-enabled environment. Furthermore, this study investigates a variety of efficient machine learning-based methods for detecting cyberattacks on IoT devices.


Anomaly detection; Internet of things; Intrusion detection system; Machine learning; Security threats

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v35.i1.pp428-435


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