Investigation of Security Challenges from the Perspective of Stakeholders in IoT

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Md Sajid Bin Faisal
Ahsan Habib
Md Aolad Hossain Anna
Cynthia Simin Rashid
Dip Nandi

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Internet of Things (IoT) has become one of the major study concerns and prospects in recent times. The ecosystem that makes the interconnection between person, objects, device in a secured acceptable and useful manner is in the boundary of Internet of Things. One of the major concerns in IoT is its security and the technologies which are working behind. The security measures are taken under a vast amount of studies and applications. The concept of this research is to consider the existing technologies that are working for security assurance and the challenges which are faced by different angles of participants and manufacturers due to make IoT a secure electronic ecosystem. Basically, the focus over the security challenges are on the stakeholders and they are user, manufacturer and service provider.

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FaisalM. S. B., HabibA., Hossain M. A., RashidC. S., and NandiD., “Investigation of Security Challenges from the Perspective of Stakeholders in IoT”, AJSE, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 8 - 19, May 2021.
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Md Sajid Bin Faisal, American International University-Bangladesh

Md Sajid Bin Faisal has got his Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) at American International University- Bangladesh (AIUB) from the year 2017 to 2020. Currently he is doing his Master of Science degree in Computer Science from American International University-Bangladesh. He is a current general member of AIUB Computer Club (ACC) & got selected twice in the Dean’s List of Honor of Faculty of Science and Technology, AIUB. He has an enthusiasm over the research field of IoT, Network Security & Cryptography, Graph Theory, Algorithms & basic applications of Mathematics in modern world problems.

Ahsan Habib, American International University-Bangladesh

Ahsan Habib was born in Chandpur, Chittagong, Bangladesh in 1997. He received the BSc degrees in Software Engineering from the American International University- Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2020. He was selected two times in the Dean’s List of Honor of Faculty of Science and Technology, AIUB in his BSc. He completed his internship entire title ‘Network Security Aspect Internet’ at National Credit and Commerce Bank Limited (Head Office) department of IT Hardware & Infrastructure Division in 2020. He got President Scout Award in 2013. He was a general member of AIUB Computer Club (ACC). His current research interest in Internet of Things (IoT), Network Security & Cryptography, Graph Theory, Block Chain, Big Data and Software Engineering.

Md Aolad Hossain Anna

Md. Aolad Hossain Anna completed his B.Sc in   Computer Science   & Engineering from American International University-Bangladesh, Dhaka Bangladesh. Currently he is working as a Web Developer in DISABLE WELFARE FOUNDATION. He is a general member of AIUB Computer Club. His current research interest in Internet of Things (IoT), Block Chain, Network Security, Big Data, Human Computer Interaction, Encryption Algorithm and Software Engineering

Cynthia Simin Rashid

Cynthia Rashid Simin Has completed her Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) at American International University -Bangladesh (AIUB).Currently preparing for her Master’s degree. She is highly interested in IoT as a research area, Network Security and cryptography, various Algorithms and Data Structures, Software Quality Assurance and Testing.

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