Network Enabled Security for Embedded and IoT Systems (NESES)
NESES is a network-centric security architecture for protecting Internet of Things (IoT) devices. It utilizes IoT Radio Frequency (RF) signatures, scalable virtualized network functions, software-defined network fabrics, and machine learning to secure IoT devices from a variety of threats. NESES software is intended to be deployed inside IoT gateways to prevent network-based attacks. It can identify IoT devices based on their physical and media access traffic fingerprints and apply appropriate security polices to prevent attacks originating from the Internet or other physically compromised devices.
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