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Internet of Things Security Analysis of Networks using Quantum Key Distribution


  • University of Engineering and Management, Kolkata - 700084, West Bengal, India


Objectives: To identify the drawback of the Internet of Things Networks and find a suitable solution of the case by Quantum Key Distribution. Methods/Statistical Analysis: Analyzing the Network system of the IoT we see that if the system goes in wrong hands it could mislead the entire backbone of the structure. While using Quantum Key Distribution we can easily identify the Eve in the system. So by analyzing the algorithm we can generate series of patterns which can serve us to protect the system network effectively. Findings: The paper defines the various problems in the IoT network and gives the solutions which have been proposed using Quantum Key Distribution, as IoT is the revolution which if gone to the wrong hands, will cause severe loss in lives and as well as in the economy. Application/Improvements: The algorithm proposed can be implemented in any existing IoT structure to evaluate and put forward any misconduct in the system


Data Mining, Internet of Things, Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Key Distribution, Qubits.

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