OAuth-IoT: An access control framework for the Internet of Things based on open standards

@article{Sciancalepore2017OAuthIoTAA,
  title={OAuth-IoT: An access control framework for the Internet of Things based on open standards},
  author={Savio Sciancalepore and Giuseppe Piro and Daniele Caldarola and Gennaro Boggia and Giuseppe Bianchi},
  journal={2017 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)},
  year={2017},
  pages={676-681}
}
While the Internet of Things is breaking into the market, the controlled access to constrained resources still remains a blocking concern. Unfortunately, conventional solutions already accepted for both web and cloud applications cannot be directly used in this context. In fact, they generally require high computational and bandwidth capabilities (that are impossible to reach with constrained devices) and offer poor interoperability against standardized communication protocols for the Internet… CONTINUE READING

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