An approach using Trust Management with Next-Generation IoT Networks for Healthcare, Agriculture and Sustainable Development Goals


Shubham Joshi, Research Scholar, Dr. Meghna Dubey, Professor
Mewar University, Chittorgarh, India.
Dr. Durgesh Kumar Mishra, Professor
Sri Aurobindo Institute of Technology, Indore, India.


The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most promising scientific fields of the last decade. The number of devices developed that support Internet things makes the application of internet things more interesting. The field of use includes the insurance sector, intelligent monitoring Environment, Smart City, sector-health care, Intelligent City, and also many other applications enabled for smart devices.The vision of the introduction of the internet, forming a network called IoT, where various information technology devices are connected, security and trust are most important for the user, because this network presumably used a large amount of data.However, trust is a significant obstacle that can hinder the growth of the IoT and even slow down the significant compression of many applications.This paper presents an approach using trust management (TM) with next-generation IoT networks for healthcare, agriculture, and sustainable development goals. Implementation of IoT conveys various problems of security and confidentiality. The use of IoT to ensure confidentiality, integrity, authentication, authorization, trust, secrecy, and management challenges are addressed. The paper uses decentralized blockchain technology to solve security and privacy issues in applications with the support of the IoT.Ethereum virtual machine is used to implement theBlockchain distributed networkand healthcare insurance claims are taken as anexample to test the proposed solution. Also, it is provided that the lessons and opinions discussed are primarily about the purpose of the trust, which can be reproduced in the future on the internet.The results show that distributed blockchain technology provides trust management and can improve the existing security and privacy of the IoT in the health and agriculture sectors, which is helpful for next-generation IoT networks.