Intelligent Control and Security of Fog Resources in Healthcare Systems via a Cognitive Fog Model

Al-Khafajiy, Mohammed, Otoum, Safa, Baker, Thar , Asim, Muhammad, Maamar, Zakaria, Aloqaily, Moayad, Taylor, Mark and Randles, Martin (2021) Intelligent Control and Security of Fog Resources in Healthcare Systems via a Cognitive Fog Model. ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, 21 (3). pp. 1-23. ISSN 1533-5399

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Abstract

There have been significant advances in the field of Internet of Things (IoT) recently, which have not always considered security or data security concerns: A high degree of security is required when considering the sharing of medical data over networks. In most IoT-based systems, especially those within smart-homes and smart-cities, there is a bridging point (fog computing) between a sensor network and the Internet which often just performs basic functions such as translating between the protocols used in the Internet and sensor networks, as well as small amounts of data processing. The fog nodes can have useful knowledge and potential for constructive security and control over both the sensor network and the data transmitted over the Internet. Smart healthcare services utilise such networks of IoT systems. It is therefore vital that medical data emanating from IoT systems is highly secure, to prevent fraudulent use, whilst maintaining quality of service providing assured, verified and complete data. In this article, we examine the development of a Cognitive Fog (CF) model, for secure, smart healthcare services, that is able to make decisions such as opting-in and opting-out from running processes and invoking new processes when required, and providing security for the operational processes within the fog system. Overall, the proposed ensemble security model performed better in terms of Accuracy Rate, Detection Rate, and a lower False Positive Rate (standard intrusion detection measurements) than three base classifiers (K-NN, DBSCAN, and DT) using a standard security dataset (NSL-KDD).

Keywords:Fog Computing Resources, Cognitive Fog Computing, Internet of Things (IoT)
Subjects:G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G411 Computer Architectures
G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G400 Computer Science
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:47555
Deposited On:23 Feb 2022 10:31

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