With the remarkable growth of the Internet andcommunication technologies over the past few decades, Internetof Things (IoTs) is enabling the ubiquitous connectivityof heterogeneous physical devices with software, sensors, andactuators. IoT networks are naturally two-layer with the cloudand cellular networks coexisting with the underlaid device-todevice(D2D) communications. The connectivity of IoTs playsan important role in information dissemination for missioncriticaland civilian applications. However, IoT communicationnetworks are vulnerable to cyber attacks including the denialof-service (DoS) and jamming attacks, resulting in link removalsin IoT network. In this work, we develop a heterogeneous IoTnetwork design framework in which a network designer canadd links to provide additional communication paths betweentwo nodes or secure links against attacks by investing resources.By anticipating the strategic cyber attacks, we characterize theoptimal design of secure IoT network by first providing a lowerbound on the number of links a secure network requires for agiven budget of protected links, and then developing a methodto construct networks that satisfy the heterogeneous networkdesign specifications. Therefore, each layer of the designedheterogeneous IoT network is resistant to a predefined level ofmalicious attacks with minimum resources. Finally, we providecase studies on the Internet of Battlefield Things (IoBT) tocorroborate and illustrate our obtained results.
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