UniquID: A Quest to Reconcile Identity Access Management and the Internet of Things

@inproceedings{Giaretta2019UniquIDAQ,
  title={UniquID: A Quest to Reconcile Identity Access Management and the Internet of Things},
  author={A. Giaretta and S. Pepe and N. Dragoni},
  booktitle={TOOLS},
  year={2019}
}
  • A. Giaretta, S. Pepe, N. Dragoni
  • Published in TOOLS 2019
  • Computer Science
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) has caused a revolutionary paradigm shift in computer networking. After decades of human-centered routines, where devices were merely tools that enabled human beings to authenticate themselves and perform activities, we are now dealing with a device-centered paradigm: the devices themselves are actors, not just tools for people. Conventional identity access management (IAM) frameworks were not designed to handle the challenges of IoT. Trying to use traditional IAM… CONTINUE READING
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