The Thing Commandments

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T
he

T
hing

C
ommandments













A Presentation by



Edewede Oriwoh

Institute for Research in Applicable Computing (IRAC),

University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

edewede.oriwoh@beds.ac.uk





at the




First IoT
Meetup

Oxford

Culham Science Centre, Culham, Abingdon,

Oxfordshire

OX14 3DB


22
nd

January, 2014





I
nstitute for
R
esearch in
A
pplicable

C
omputing



G
uidelines for

I
nternet

of
T
hings

(I
o
T) D
eployment

A
pproaches



T
he

T
hing

C
ommandments [1]


2

Nine (9) basic principles that guide the activities of all the stakeholders in the
Internet of Things domain.

a.
Responsibility for Things and their actions;

b.
Illegal access;

c.
Relationships between Things;

d.
I
dentify communication between each other;

e.
Usability and Ease of use;

f.
Control;

g.
Ownership


Things must have owners;

h.
Inverse ownership relationship
-

Not everyone (must) own Things;

i.
Refusing, disabling and destroying or disposing of Things.



R
esponsibility for

T
hings


and

their actions

3


I
llegal access


R
elationships between

T
hings

4


Identification of trusted and trustworthy
communication


U
sability

5


C
ontrol

6


Ownership


T
he

I
nverse

‘Ownership
relationship’

7


Freedom from
Things

O
ther

R
esearch

8

1.
The need for Responsibility Modelling in the Internet of
Things (in
-
press, ICT
-
LAW 2013, Porto, Portugal)
;


2.
Forensics in the Internet of Things: Challenges and
Approaches (C
-
IoT 2013, Austin, Texas, United States);


3.
Forensics Edge Management Server (FEMS): A concept
and design (2013) (UIAS 2013,
Vietri

Sul

Mare, Italy).


Reference

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[1]

E
. Oriwoh, P. Sant and G. Epiphaniou, "Guidelines for Internet of Things Deployment




Approaches


The Thing Commandments,"
Procedia

Computer Science, vol. 21, pp.

122
-
131
,

2013
.


T
hank

Y
ou.

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