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Overall subject will be about the IoT authentication and Attack Please to fill the attach poster only fill the

Introduction

Objective

Motivation Scenarios

Project “framework”

System Model

Authentication Tests Results

Conclusion

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The attach will be Man in The middle for IoT & Denial of service.

please to mention the protocol of IoT authentication methodology IoT authentication protocols using now which protect from DoS attacks are not designed to protect all types of DoS attacks and need to be enhance to prevent and cover all types of DoS attacks , IoT networks is on three components: sensor, user, and Gateway Nodes (GWN) where the attack will happen between which component, if you can mention the arduino technology and the RFID and The UART, I2C, and SPI pins on an Arduino UNO, uses RFID technology attack.

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System Model
Introduction
Our project revolves around an application called the “Senior
Projects Management System” (SPMS), which is a crossplatform web app. The SPMS is intended to contribute greatly to
simplifying and automating the process needed for final-year
projects in undergraduate degrees.
SPMS Tests Results
Our system defines two types of users (as in Figure 1)
who are communicating with the cloud
We asked the testers (students & faculty) to complete a
SPMS
Survey
Results
short survey (using
Survey
Monkey)
and we found that
more than 91% were happy with the SPMS.
Objective
Standardize and make project life cycles easier, including project
submissions, allocations and portfolios, and the evaluation of the
progress and outcomes of each project.
Student
Motivation Scenarios
The current way in making a senior projects is all about
providing documents and reports via emails also the
communication between
supervisor
SPMS the
System
Modeland his group done
ether via F2F or via emails if not via personals phones call, add
to that that after the projects is done there are no way to share
the good work or to archive it, so we decide to provide a
solutions to manage, and automated all things.
Advisor
Figure 1
SPMS Tests Results
• We
Standardize
and
makewith
project
life cycles
easier, including
tested the
SPMS
students
and instructors
from our
project submissions,
allocations
andtoportfolios,
the
university
in Madinah.
According
the AWSand
monitoring
evaluation
thedid
progress
and outcomes
each
project.
tools,
our of
app
not overuse
any ofofthe
environment
resources in any of the tests.
Project “framework”
• The story begins when instructors create accounts in the SPMS
and start submitting their ideas (projects).
Snapshot for database connection
• Each submitted project will contain a brief description, the tools
and equipment required, and the recommended number of
students taking part.
• After the submitted projects have been verified, students can
browse available projects through their panel if eligible to do so
(depending on the requirements of each college).
• If a project requires a group of students to apply, one student
must create a group and invite his/her classmates. The request
will go to a supervisor to await acceptance.
• Once a project is accepted, the evaluation step will start. We
allow students to submit their final reports, including their project
work, and the supervisor is able to download the reports and
evaluate them in a few basic steps.
• All the steps of a project are complete once a mark is recorded
by the supervisor through the appropriate panel and is available
for the students to access through their panels.
• The project is then archived to be checked against newly
submitted projects to avoid “repeated projects”.
Network In in bytes
Network Out in bytes
Conclusion
The SPMS can reduce the time and effort associated
with managing final-year projects. Furthermore, it
was designed to provide the possibility of all
universities in the world being able to use it, as it
introduces standard mechanisms and procedures.
The SPMS is a stand-alone application hosted by a
real cloud (Amazon Web Services or AWS) and
connected to a real database (Amazon Relational
Database Service or RDS). It can serve users with a
user-friendly interface and interactive forms. As a
result, the SPMS enables the proposed services to
be available 24/7 and makes all its steps simpler and
more unified.

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