Revolutionalizing Internet of Medical Things for Blockchain-Based 5G Healthcare Security and Privacy for Genomic Data

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2023-12
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Shyam, Mohan J. S.
Theekshana, Guddeti
Kumar Reddy, Guddeti Likhit
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Shyam, M.J.S., Theekshana, G., & Kumar Reddy, G.L. (2023). Revolutionalizing Internet of Medical Things for Blockchain-Based 5G Healthcare Security and Privacy for Genomic Data. In A.K.Tyagi (Ed.), Privacy Preservation of Genomic and Medical Data (pp. 171 - 187). Scrivener Publishing LLC.

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Recent developments in the Internet of things (IoT), Internet of medical things (IoMT), and blockchain technology (BCT) have created disruptions in healthcare. This chapter explores and provides insights to the application of IoT, IoMT for BC-based 5G healthcare security and privacy. Leveraging IoMT and BCT to healthcare applications are beneficial due to decentralization, privacy, and security as they ensure secure access to medical data for patients and various stakeholders. Adopting IoT and BCT for 5G healthcare provides clinicians and healthcare professionals to diagnosis the patient on time. In this chapter, we have used genomics data for building individual strategies, for diagnosis and decision making by utilizing patient's genomic information. We have also explored about genomics data and its privacy and security issues in 5G healthcare using IoT and BCT and possible ways to implement them. In the last, we have provided the details of core and enabling technologies that can be used to build a strong 5G security model.

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