Enhancing Smart Home Security: Anomaly Detection and Face Recognition in Smart Home IoT Devices Using Logit-Boosted CNN Models

TytułEnhancing Smart Home Security: Anomaly Detection and Face Recognition in Smart Home IoT Devices Using Logit-Boosted CNN Models
Publication TypeJournal Article
Rok publikacji2023
AutorzyRahim A, Zhong Y, Ahmad T, Ahmad S, Plawiak P, Hammad M

Internet of Things (IoT) devices for the home have made a lot of people’s lives better, but their popularity has also raised privacy and safety concerns. This study explores the application of deep learning models for anomaly detection and face recognition in IoT devices within the context of smart homes. Six models, namely, LR-XGB-CNN, LR-GBC-CNN, LR-CBC-CNN, LR-HGBC-CNN, LR-ABC-CNN, and LR-LGBM-CNN, were proposed and evaluated for their performance. The models were trained and tested on labeled datasets of sensor readings and face images, using a range of performance metrics to assess their effectiveness. Performance evaluations were conducted for each of the proposed models, revealing their strengths and areas for improvement. Comparative analysis of the models showed that the LR-HGBC-CNN model consistently outperformed the others in both anomaly detection and face recognition tasks, achieving high accuracy, precision, recall, F1 score, and AUC-ROC values. For anomaly detection, the LR-HGBC-CNN model achieved an accuracy of 94%, a precision of 91%, a recall of 96%, an F1 score of 93%, and an AUC-ROC of 0.96. In face recognition, the LR-HGBC-CNN model demonstrated an accuracy of 88%, precision of 86%, recall of 90%, F1 score of 88%, and an AUC-ROC of 0.92. The models exhibited promising capabilities in detecting anomalies, recognizing faces, and integrating these functionalities within smart home IoT devices. The study’s findings underscore the potential of deep learning approaches for enhancing security and privacy in smart homes. However, further research is warranted to evaluate the models’ generalizability, explore advanced techniques such as transfer learning and hybrid methods, investigate privacy-preserving mechanisms, and address deployment challenges.


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Data aktualizacji: 15/12/2023 - 15:25; autor zmian: Paweł Pławiak (pplawiak@iitis.pl)