Newcastle Urban Sciences Building IoT (NUSBIoT)

John Mace Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security, Supply and Control Systems

Newcastle Urban Sciences Building IoT (NUSBIoT) Team: Carsten Maple (University of Warwick), Hugh Boyes (University of Warwick), John Mace (University of Warwick, seconded to Newcastle University), Charles Morisset (Newcastle University), John Fitzgerald (Newcastle University), Tony Williams (Cube2 Ltd.) Partners: Newcastle University, Cube2 Ltd. Smart buildings contain multiple systems implemented as control loops comprised of networked cyber controllers effecting, or being …

The Internet of Energy Things (P2P – IoET)

adrian Harnessing Economic Value, Safety and Security

The Internet of Energy Things (P2P – IoET) Team: David Shipworth (UCL) Partners: Siemens, UKPN The rapid rise of local and community based renewable energy generation, combined with the rollout of smart meters, breakthroughs in IT, and electricity grid congestion is bringing about radically new collaborative economy business models in energy. In response, people are beginning to trade energy locally. …

Blockchain-empowered Infrastructure for IoT (BlockIT)

testjoe Harnessing Economic Value, Safety and Security, Standards, Governance and Policy

Blockchain-empowered Infrastructure for IoT (BlockIT) (Supported by Lloyd’s Register Foundation) Team: Wendy Hall (University of Southampton), Vladimiro Sassone (University of Southampton), Sylvain Frey (University of Southampton), Andrea Margheri (University of Southampton) Partners: British Gas, DSTL This project looks how blockchain, the technology behind decentralised systems such as Bitcoin, can be exploited to make the Infrastructure of IoT more resilient.  This project will …

Developing a Consumer Security Index for Domestic IoT devices (CSI)

adrian Ambient Environments, Safety and Security, Standards, Governance and Policy

Team: Dr. John Blythe (UCL), Prof. Shane Johnson (UCL) Partners: Department for Digital, Culture, Media, & Sport, UCL Dawes Centre for Future Crime, Home Office, IBM, The Behavioural Insights Team, MOPAC Internet enabled devices including smart televisions, security cameras and thermostats are now commonly found around the home. Devices such as these have enormous potential to transform society, but they also provide opportunities …

Security Risk Assessment of IoT Environments with Attack Graph Models (SECRIS)

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Security Risk Assessment of IoT Environments with Attack Graph Models (SECRIS) Team: Emil Lupu (Imperial College London), Luis Muñoz-González (Imperial College London) Partners: Building Research Establishment Unlike more traditional computing systems IoT environments bring together the physical, human and cyber aspects of a system. Each can be used to compromise the other, and each can equally contribute towards monitoring and …

Identifying Attack Vectors for Network Intrusion to Determine Impact Across Threat Surfaces (IoT-Depends)

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Identifying Attack Vectors for Network Intrusion via IoT devices & Developing a Goal-Oriented Approach to Determine Impact Across Threat Surfaces (IoT-Depends) (Supported by Lloyd’s Register Foundation) Team: Pete Burnap (Cardiff University) Partners: Airbus group IoT devices are vulnerable to breach from a number of attack vectors – from Web application exploits to RansomWare. The impact of attacks can affect local …

Resilience and Security in Low Power IoT (RSIOT)

adrian Safety and Security

Resilience and Security in Low Power IoT (RSIOT) Team: Miguel Rio (UCL), John Mitchell (UCL), David Griffin (UCL), Khoa Phan (UCL) Partners: IBM UK Low power sensors with long range communication will be critical to the IoT vision. However such sensors bring their own security concerns. This project will create, implement and deploy in London a low-power IoT network that …

IoT Security for Health Care (SeNTH +)

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IoT Security for Health Care (SeNTH +) Team: Guang-Zhong Yang (Imperial College London), Benny Lo (Imperial College London), Emil Lupu (Imperial College London) Partners: Intel Health and Life Sciences IoT for healthcare is one of the fastest growing sectors in the healthcare industry with wearable and implantable sensors varying from hydration sensing wristbands to drug emitting stents. This project aims …

Resolving Conflicts in Public Spaces (ReCoPS)

adrian Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security

Resolving Conflicts in Public Spaces (ReCoPS) Team: Klaus Moessner (University of Surrey), Haitham Cruickshank (University of Surrey), Prof. Nigel Davies (Lancaster University) Partners: Rail Delivery Group, Rail Safety and Standards Board IoT has the ability to transform our interaction with public spaces and public infrastructures, offering personalised services and experiences, e.g. using in situ displays to guide users through rail …