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OSIS18_IoT : Securisation du reseau des objets connectes, par Nicolas LE SAUZE (Nokia)



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Le principe est d’appliquer des mécanismes de contrôle dynamiques et fins sur les communications des objets (entre eux ou bien vers le cloud) sous le contrôle des utilisateurs.

OSIS18_IoT : Securisation du reseau des objets connectes, par Nicolas LE SAUZE (Nokia)

  1. 1. © 2018 Nokia1 Sécurisation du réseau des objets connectés Bell Labs Future-X Future Spaces project (BL Paris-Saclay & Antwerp) Open Source Innovation Spring - OSIS - Track IoT Critique 2018 Nicolas Le Sauze, Nokia Bell Labs France, IoT Control Research Department Head 24-05-2018 Public
  2. 2. © 2018 Nokia2 Public© 2018 Nokia2 Disclaimer This presentation does not represent the Nokia Strategy on IoT, but the vision pursued within an on-going research project in Bell Labs
  3. 3. © 2018 Nokia3 Public Big problem we want to solve INTUITIVELY SECURE & ORGANIZE YOUR CONNECTED LIFE CLOUD Devices Cloud Applications Who connects to my IPv6 devices Where does my data go? How do I make X and Y work ? How to better protect from vulnerabilities
  4. 4. © 2018 Nokia4 Empowering people to seamlessly & safely organize their connected lives Future Spaces Project Easiness of use & auto-configurability • Intuitively and securely manage all your connected assets through simple concepts and UIs • Automation support to limit users burden Fine-grained access control • Dynamic fine-grained grouping of all your assets • Naturally supporting multiple usage contexts and intents Multi-user, multi-party & multi-location • Easily discover and interact with third party assets • Securely and temporarily share your assets with others Automatic security & privacy protection • Strong isolation of assets with automatic policy enforcement • Protecting data privacy (e.g. home vs cloud hosting) Public Work Home Family Health
  5. 5. © 2018 Nokia5 Enabling Fundamental concepts Virtual places, managing all your assets • Devices, public/private cloud services, personal content/data, policies,… • Have secure access to your assets wherever you go Secured vSpaces, contextually organizing multiple assets • Grouping of assets across multiple contexts, spanning multiple vPlaces • Assisting you for various tasks (e.g on-boarding new device, create an isolated visitor spaces) through an automation layer and intuitive interfaces Advanced network & policy controller • Isolating devices and services through a programmable network • Multi-stakeholder policy resolution & enforcement Improve Trust, protecting your assets and interests • Monitoring the behavior of all assets, anomaly detection, etc. Public vPlace vSpace 3: Work vSpace 1: Home vPlace vSpace 2: Visitors
  6. 6. © 2018 Nokia6 Public Building on current technological transformations • Device virtualization: Virtualization of network equipment (virtual gateway) & devices (virtual objects) to group multiple locations/devices under a unique managing entity • Service cloudification: Distributed micro-service deployment and orchestration • Automation: Business specific assistants translating users’ intents into network control inputs via SDN
  7. 7. © 2018 Nokia7 Future Spaces Gateways: OpenWRT-based access points to the FS platform Public IPv6oBLE Physical FSGWs Software FSGWs Mifi-Like Battery powered devices Home/Enterprise Wifi Access Points DSL/Cable/PON Modems PC Software Helping IoT devices in the neighborhood Android App Performing Wifi Tethering FSGW WIFI https/node.js WIFI: ▪ Open Wifi ▪ Hotspots ▪ Private Wifi ▪ Other FSGW Radius Eth SmartDevices
  8. 8. © 2018 Nokia8 Public An OpenStack-based cloud, an SD-LAN overlay network, & a smart assistant • Distributed cloud infrastructure - Dual orchestration (VMs + Containers) - Physical Future Spaces gateways under different form factors - Virtual Place: collection of interconnected domain resources • Automation support - Policy support for safe sharing of devices in multi-tenants contexts - Pluggable framework for automation processes and business logic assistants • Software Defined LAN - Isolation-oriented network slices grouping devices, possibly across domains - LAN-like communication within a slice (supporting unicast & multicast traffic across multiple places) • Security functions - Monitoring/fingerprinting of devices - Whitelisting device communications - Secured guest devices onboarding - Crowd-sourced device trust evaluation
  9. 9. © 2018 Nokia9 Public Simple UIs to safely and intuitively onboard and organize devices SD-LAN end-user programming
  10. 10. © 2018 Nokia10 Public Travelling user connecting to his home & local environment Example of use cases: Smart Homes & Multi-tenant device usage Home sweet home In Antwerpen Wired Wifi Wifi or Wired Future Spaces user Controller Media vSpace Security vSpace CLOUD MyGW
  11. 11. © 2018 Nokia11 Collaboration with BL security research Automating risk management for (home) IoT devices (1) – on-going work Network automation for IoT devices implies automated risk management • Network-based traffic blocking must be seen as protective, not as a denial of service • Risk management must be based on individual (non expert) users’ sensitivity • Security settings should be intuitive and continuously connected to the device trust assessment Public user-friendly trust level classification Limitations of local Trust evaluation • Local intelligence can detect local abnormal/suspicious behaviors, but • Need for an observation period and sufficient local analysis capabilities • Potentially limited deviations, non exploitable in the local user context • Rogue activities are not shared among different networks Level Trust Label Scale of the impact Device Instances 1 Suspect Irrelevant Groups of benign devices such as anonymous sensors 2 Average minor annoyance Devices leaking « funny pictures », gaming environment 3 Good major annoyance Device hosting data that may harm one’s career or personal relations 4 Very Good Life-changing Connected door-lock leaving way to burglar, device hosting crucial financial, health or self incriminating data 5 Pristine Life or death level Critical medical equipment like a connected insulin pump or pacemaker firmware flashing device LEVERAGING CROWD OBSERVATION TO EVALUATE DEVICE (CLASS) TRUSTWORTHINESS
  12. 12. © 2018 Nokia12 Public Collaboration with BL security research Automating risk management for (home) IoT devices (2) – on-going work FSGW vPlace Components 1. TERMS of use specify a “normal” network behavior for each device as designed by the manufacturer (and possibly latter on further refined by third parties). Example: IETF MUD 3. The crowd-sourced reputation system easily allows to add/remove automatically devices from vSpaces comparing the trust expectations of vSpaces to the current estimated trust of the device 2. Deviations from the TERMS are monitored locally and reported in a distributed database (e.g. blockchain) and used globally to build devices (or class of devices) reputations Local reports Crowd-based trust evaluation
  13. 13. © 2018 Nokia13 Public Possible use cases in various IoT environments Smart home Securing, accessing & sharing your home devices in a IoT world Smart Office  Integrating Guest/IoT/BYOD networks & streamlining wifi onboarding  Facilitating & securing cross-location collaboration in IoT era Smart Industry Secure & easy (remote) maintenance, etc. Smart Cities Libraries, train stations,...: get easy wifi access to relevant IoT devices & securely link them to you own Smart Business Hotels, AirBnB, restaurants, fitness alleys, etc. How to easily get connected securely & temporarily to foreign devices/services, link them with your owns Smart Health Temporarily give remote/local access to others (e.g., remote patient/doctor, elderly care, etc.)
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