The IoTCrawler is represented at the IEEE 4th 5G Summit 2019 in Dresden, Germany. The primary objective of this conference is bringing together experts from industry, academia and research to exchange their vision as well as their achieved advances towards 5G and encourage innovative cross-domain studies.
IoTCrawler results were presented at the Topical Session on Security, with the title “Bootstrapping Authentication and Authorization solutions for IoT in 5G standard communication technologies” a talk was given by IoTCrawler project coordinator Dr. Antonio Skarmeta, Universidad de Murcia.
The main goal of this presentation is to analyze the main security issues that must be addressed by LP-WAN technologies, and the implications on the development of future 5G deployments. The presentation aims to focus on current research proposals and standardization efforts related to authentication and authorization aspects in emerging LP-WAN technologies, such as NB-IoT and LoRaWAN.
(Link to presentation)