IEEE IoT Newsletter - January 2022

Article 1

Generating Data Traces for Intrusion Detection in Low-power IoT Mesh Networks

Niclas Finne, JeongGil Ko, and Thiemo Voigt

Given their remote deployment and distributed operational characteristics, low-power IoT mesh networks are prone to various attacks. Furthermore, since many of these networks carry user-sensitive data, such attacks must be captured early before compromising user privacy. Machine learning algorithms hold the potential to effectively model and capture various attack scenarios.


Article 2

Giving Power to the Edge: How to Improve IoT Performance and Keep Security

Francesca Cuomo, Ioannis Chatzigiannakis, Ilenia Tinnirello, Domenico Garlisi, and Pietro Spadaccino

Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) technologies deliver scalable and long-term networks of devices that integrate sensing, computation, and wireless communication that are embedded in complex physical indoor and outdoor environments. LPWAN technologies allow embedded devices to communicate directly to network gateways over distances in the range of several Kilometers.


Article 3The Metaverse: A Different Perspective

Ahmed Banafa

The term Metaverse has been a hot topic of conversation recently, with many tech giants like Facebook and Microsoft staking claims. But what is The Metaverse?




Article 5

IEEE Internet of Things Initiative - Upcoming Events

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Article 5

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This Month's Contributors

Niclas Finne is a senior researcher at RISE Computer Science.

JeongGil Ko is an associate professor in the School of Integrated Technology, College of Engineering at Yonsei University.

Thiemo Voigt received the Ph.D. degree from Uppsala University, Sweden, in 2002.

Francesca Cuomo is a Professor at the University of Rome La Sapienza, and a research associate with CNIT.

Ioannis Chatzigiannakis holds a Ph.D. from the University of Patras (2003) in the area of ad-hoc wireless mobile networks and a BEng from the University of Kent (1997) in Computer Systems Engineering.

Ilenia Tinnirello is a Professor at the University of Palermo.

Domenico Garlisi is a CNIT researcher working at the Palermo research unit.

Pietro Spadaccino is a PhD student at Sapienza Università di Roma in Information and Telecommunication Engineering (ICT).

Ahmed Banafa has extensive experience in research, operations, and management, with a focus on IoT, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, and AI.


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