The speed of IoT devices currently connected in our daily lives has drastically accelerated in the last
couple of years. The lack of standardization, regulation, and an efficient process to integrate these
devices to our ecosystem has led to a relaxed security and an ineffective use of the data generated. This
paper presents a new approach to the IoT ecosystem management that improves data sharing and
security by categorizing and micromanaging the connected devices. The use of micromanaging multiple
access points (M2AP) allows the architecture to respond faster and efficiently to events and attacks to
the digital hive. The “local beehive”/ ”master beehive” approach seals a compromise of delegating tasks
and improving the network management capacity. Finally, an efficient data storage and compact reports
of the raw information collected can then be transmitted to cloud services for further analysis if
Irak Vicarte Mayer, "Micromanaging the IoT space," Proc. SPIE 10206, Disruptive Technologies in Sensors and Sensor Systems, 102060B (Presented at SPIE Defense + Security: April 11, 2017; Published: 2 May 2017); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2263207.
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