An Usable Application for Authentication, Communication and Access Management in the Intern - Prof. Dr. Norbert Pohlmann
An Usable Application for Authentication, Communication and Access Management in the Internet Of Things
M. Cagnazzo, M. Hertlein, N. Pohlmann:,
The following paper introduces a secure and efficient application concept that is capable of authenticating and accessing smartobjects. The concept is based on two already developed applications. It describes the used technologies and discusses the outcome and potential downfalls of the idea.
Modern components with connectivity mechanisms need authentication to of-fer services to the authenticating entity. Especially in the emerging Internet ofThings as well as eMobility scenarios this becomes imperative. The requirementsto authentication mechanisms are that it should be secure, easy to use and reasonable fast, so that there is no ”waiting time” for the user. Nowadays the most common mechanism to authenticate against a service or an object is to usepassword-based approaches. These are prone to manifold attackvectors
Weitere Informationen zum Thema “Authentifikation”:
Vorlesung: „Identifikation und Authentifikation“
Informationen über das Lehrbuch: „Cyber-Sicherheit“