Towards Secure IoT Networks in Healthcare Applications: A Game Theoretic Anti-Jamming Framework
IEEE Internet of Things Journal
The internet of Things (IoT) is used to interconnect a massive number of heterogeneous resource constrained smart devices. This makes such networks exposed to various types of malicious attacks. In particular, jamming attacks are among the most common harmful attacks to IoT networks. Therefore, an anti jamming power allocation strategy is first proposed in this paper for health monitoring IoT networks by exploiting game theory to minimize the worst case jamming effect under multi channel fading. This strategy uses an iterative algorithm based on gradient descent to identify the Nash Equilibrium (NE) of the game. An artificial neural network model is also proposed to accelerate the convergence of the algorithm making it more suitable for IoT networks. Furthermore, novel data population, extension and balancing techniques are proposed to enhance the efficiency of the proposed strategy in combating jamming attacks even for network configurations that were never used in the training phase. In addition, time and spatial diversity are exploited using a heterogeneous iterative algorithm to enhance the security of the network. IEEE
Fading channels, Game theory, Internet of things, Iterative methods, Jamming, Network security, Neural networks, Population statistics, Security systems, Anti-jamming, Constrained devices, Game, Gaming theories, Interference, Internet of thing network, Power allocations, Resource constrained network., Resource management, Resource-constrained network, Signal to noise ratio
A. Gouissem, K. Abualsaud, E. Yaacoub, T. Khattab and M. Guizani, "Towards Secure IoT Networks in Healthcare Applications: A Game Theoretic Anti-Jamming Framework," in IEEE Internet of Things Journal, May 2022, doi: 10.1109/JIOT.2022.3170382.