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Making home automation communications secure

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New communications technology offers numerous benefits, but it also opens home automation to many security threats. To protect against these threats within the limited resources of a typical home automation system, we have developed a family of products based on Honeywell's Global Home Server (GHS), a remote Web site that provides secure Internet access and other services to client installations. A network security system such as GHS can leverage limited resources to provide confidentiality, authentication, authorization and integrity for remote monitoring and control of home automation devices

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Computer  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 10 )