"Securing Internet of Things (IoT) Devices: Challenges and Solutions"


  • Renu Shrivastav


Internet of Things (IoT), cybersecurity, challenges, solutions, device heterogeneity, standardization, encryption, privacy, blockchain, machine learning.


The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices has revolutionized various industries, offering unprecedented connectivity and convenience. However, the rapid adoption of IoT also brings forth significant cybersecurity challenges. This paper explores the multifaceted landscape of securing IoT devices, addressing the inherent vulnerabilities, threats, and complexities associated with their deployment. Through an in-depth analysis, this study identifies the key challenges faced in IoT security, including device heterogeneity, lack of standardized security protocols, inadequate update mechanisms, and privacy concerns. Moreover, the paper presents a comprehensive overview of existing solutions and strategies to mitigate these challenges, ranging from hardware-based security measures to robust encryption protocols and device management frameworks. Additionally, emerging technologies such as blockchain and machine learning are examined for their potential in enhancing IoT security. By synthesizing current research and industry practices, this paper aims to provide valuable insights and recommendations to stakeholders involved in securing IoT ecosystems.




How to Cite

Renu Shrivastav. (2024). "Securing Internet of Things (IoT) Devices: Challenges and Solutions". International Journal of Research and Review Techniques, 3(1), 26–30. Retrieved from https://ijrrt.com/index.php/ijrrt/article/view/167