Riesgos y vulnerabilidades de la denegación de servicio distribuidos en internet de las cosas
Márquez Díaz, Jairo Eduardo
Revista de Bioética y Derecho, 1886-5887, Vol. 46, 2019 p. 85-100
Universidad de Barcelona
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The dependence of society on technology is growing, where the monitoring of cities has become common, either through camera systems arranged everywhere, to devices and sensors that record a number of variables that literally measure the pulse from the same. In this sense, this article exposes the risk at the level of security of information on the Internet of Things (IoT), whose level of application grows day by day and with it, vulnerabilities in terms of connectivity and navigability, due to potential distributed denial of service (DoS) attacks. Under this same scheme, other types of vulnerabilities directly and indirectly related to IoT and DoS are presented, such as cryptohack, blockchain, advanced persistent threats (APT), ransomware and artificial intelligence, generally explaining the potential risk in the face of cybersecurity regarding the use and manipulation of information.
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