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dc.contributor.authorEdvard Balto, Karl
dc.contributor.authorYamin, Muhammad Mudassar
dc.contributor.authorShalaginov, Andrii
dc.contributor.authorKatt, Basel
dc.description.abstractThe use of IoT devices has increased rapidly in recent times. While the development of new devices is moving quickly, and as prices are being forced down, the costs of developing such devices also needs to be reduced. IoT devices are now trusted with more critical tasks, and it is important that they behave as intended and that the information they process is protected. It is not always the IoT device itself that is the target of a cyber attack, but rather, it can be a tool for another attack. Home consumers, in particular, expect these devices to be easy to use and set up. However, to reduce costs, complexity, and time, security measures are often cut down. To increase awareness and knowledge in IoT security, education, awareness, demonstrations, and training are necessary. Small changes may result in significant security benefits. With increased awareness and knowledge among developers, manufacturers, and users, they can make choices that can improve security. To increase knowledge and awareness in IoT security, a proposed solution is a training ground for IoT security, an IoT cyber range. Cyber ranges have received more attention lately, but not as much in the IoT field, at least not what is publicly available. As the diversity in IoT devices is large with different vendors, architectures, and components and peripherals, it is difficult to find one solution that fits all IoT devices. To some extent, IoT devices can be emulated, but it is not feasible to create emulators for all types of devices. To cover all needs, it is necessary to combine digital emulation with real hardware. A cyber range with this combination is called a hybrid cyber range. This work surveys the requirements for a hybrid IoT cyber range and proposes a design and implementation of a range that fulfills those requirements.en_US
dc.rightsNavngivelse 4.0 Internasjonal*
dc.titleHybrid IoT Cyber Rangeen_US
dc.title.alternativeHybrid IoT Cyber Rangeen_US
dc.typePeer revieweden_US
dc.typeJournal articleen_US

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