Dynamic Cipher for Enhanced Cryptography and Communication for Internet of Things
Security represents a vital element for sanctioning the widespread adoption of Internet of Things technologies
and applications. While not guarantees in terms of system-level confidentiality, credibility and privacy the relevant
stakeholders are unlikely to adopt Internet of Things solutions on an oversized scale. In early-stage Internet of Things
deployments (e.g., supported RFIDs only), security solutions have principally been devised in an advert hoc approach. This
comes from the very fact that such deployments were sometimes vertically integrated, with all elements beneath the
management of one body entity during this work we have a tendency to propose a brand new dynamic cipher to access quite
one device at the same time during a network employing a single controller by creating use of Dynamic variable cipher
security certificate protocol. This protocol uses key matrices thought during this protocol we have a tendency to create use of
key matrices and store same key matrix the least bit the human action nodes. So once plain text is encrypted to cipher text at
the causing facet, the sender transmits the cipher text while not the key that's to be won’t to decode the message. To access
more than one device simultaneously in a network using a single controller by making use of Dynamic variable cipher
security certificate protocol.
Keywords - Internet of things, Security, Encryption, Dynamic Cipher.