Title:Systematic Review for the Construction of an Architecture With Emerging IoT Technologies, Artificial Intelligence Techniques, Monitoring and Storage of Malicious Traffic [Download]
Título:Revisión sistemática para la construcción de una arquitectura con tecnologías emergentes IoT, técnicas de inteligencia artificial, monitoreo y almacenamiento de tráfico malicioso [Download]
J. J. C. Narváez, K. Márceles Villalba and S. A. Donado
Internet of Things;Computer architecture;Artificial intelligence;Computer security;Telecommunication traffic;Databases;Computer science education;Cybersecurity;artificial intelligence;network traffic;emerging technology;architecture
This article presents a systematic review to determine the guidelines that allow the construction of an architecture based on emerging IoT technologies, artificial intelligence techniques, monitoring and storage of malicious traffic, in order to safeguard information, given that there are security flaws in IoT devices, which are intercepted by malicious systems that perform unwanted actions without the consent of the user, causing damage and theft of data, that is why three phases were established to carry out: in the first phase an exhaustive search of information was carried out in specialized databases, where they are selected and classified for the development of the guidelines, in the second phase the information collected was identified and analyzed to define an appropriate algorithm for the study, emerging technologies and key components of the cybersecurity system and finally in the third phase defined the necessary and pertinent guidelines for the struction of an architecture based on emerging technologies.
How to cite:
J. J. C. Narváez, K. Márceles Villalba and S. A. Donado, "Systematic Review for the Construction of an Architecture With Emerging IoT Technologies, Artificial Intelligence Techniques, Monitoring and Storage of Malicious Traffic," in IEEE Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 386-392, Nov. 2022. doi: 10.1109/RITA.2022.3217183