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Title: A review of IoT enabled networks' architecture and access control
Authors: Bopape, Lebogang 
Nleya, Bakhe
Chidzonga, Richard 
Keywords: IP Network;Encryption;Federated Clouds;Information Security;Internet of things;Smart Gird;Smart Objects
Issue Date: Jan-2020
Publisher: Ponte Academic Journal
Source: Bopape, L., Nleya, B., Chidzonga, R. 2020. A review of IoT enabled networks' architecture and access control. Ponte International Scientific Researches Journal. 76(4). doi:10.21506/j.ponte.2020.4.13
Journal: PONTE International Scientific Researches Journal. Vol. 76, Issue 4 
Abstract: Current IP and other networks such as Power Smart Grids are fast evolving, thus resulting in diverse connectivity challenges. This has led to the emergence of "the Internet of Things” (IoT) network transforming the legacy networks towards Device-to-Device (D-2-D) communication standards. By 2022, IoT will seamlessly interconnect the globe via intelligent devices and sensors of varying types and in the process large volumes of data will be generated. The resultant network structure will benefit mankind by helping in making complex decisions. In this paper, we overview both IoT enabled network architecture as well as and access and control framework for various services and applications. We commence with a review of a generalized IoT
enabled network's security architecture as well as how the various elements constituting them interact. The paper then describes an access control framework applicable to the various would be applications and services.
DOI: 10.21506/j.ponte.2020.4.13
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