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Secure IoT Software Application Development Model for Security Requirement Elicitation

Asma Asdayana Ibrahim1* and Massila Kamalrudin2

1Sultan Azlan Shah Polytechnic, Behrang Stesyen, Perak, Malaysia
2Innovative Software System and Service Group, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia

*Corresponding Author: Asma Asdayana Ibrahim, Sultan Azlan Shah Polytechnic, Behrang Stesyen, Perak, Malaysia.

Received: September 28, 2022; Published: November 29, 2022

Abstract

The term Internet of Things (IoT) generally refers to situation where network connectivity and computing capability are extended to objects, sensors and common household items that are not typically thoughts as computers, allowing these devices to generate exchange and consume data with few human intervention. We are currently living in the Internet of Things era, in which digitally connected devices are infiltrating every aspect of our lives, including tools, workplaces, transportation, and others. Connecting such a large number of devices will be one of the most difficult challenges of the future of IoT, challenging the very structure of current communication networks and underlying technologies. Currently, it is necessary to rely on the centralized, server/client paradigm to authenticate, authorize, and connect various nodes in a system. Providing requirement for the security for this giant technology is also really challenging, mainly because there is not boundary or limitation on the way that it can go. Therefore, considering eliciting security requirements from early development of IoT application is crucial. To do this, determination of the most important security requirements and IoT technologies need to be done to define correct requirements is produced. In this paper, we discussed our findings of study conducted to analyses the relationship dan correlation between security requirements and IoT technologies for developing secure IoT applications based on perspectives of the users. This study was carried out 101 of respondents from IoT industries in Malaysia. The results indicated most of them were a significant relationship between security requirements and IoT technologies with IoT application. Then, a Secure IoT Application Development (SecIoTA) model is proposed.

Keywords: Internet of Things (IoT); IoT Applications; Security Requirement; IoT Technologies; Reliability Test; Correlation Analysis; IoT Model

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Citation

Citation: Asma Asdayana Ibrahim and Massila Kamalrudin. “Secure IoT Software Application Development Model for Security Requirement Elicitation".Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 4.12 (2022): 67-82.

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Copyright: © 2022 Asma Asdayana Ibrahim and Massila Kamalrudin. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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