Preserving Source Location Privacy for Energy Harvesting WSNs
AbstractFog (From cOre to edGe) computing employs a huge number of wireless embedded devices to enable end users with anywhere-anytime-to-anything connectivity. Due to their operating nature, wireless sensor nodes often work unattended, and hence are exposed to a variety of attacks. Preserving source-location privacy plays a key role in some wireless sensor network (WSN) applications. In this paper, a redundancy branch convergence-based preserved source location privacy scheme (RBCPSLP) is proposed for energy harvesting sensor networks, with the following advantages: numerous routing branches are created in non-hotspot areas with abundant energy, and those routing branches can merge into a few routing paths before they reach the hotspot areas. The generation time, the duration of routing, and the number of routing branches are then decided independently based on the amount of energy obtained, so as to maximize network energy utilization, greatly enhance privacy protection, and provide long network lifetimes. Theoretical analysis and experimental results show that the RBCPSLP scheme allows a several-fold improvement of the network energy utilization as well as the source location privacy preservation, while maximizing network lifetimes. View Full-Text
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Huang, C.; Ma, M.; Liu, Y.; Liu, A. Preserving Source Location Privacy for Energy Harvesting WSNs. Sensors 2017, 17, 724.
Huang C, Ma M, Liu Y, Liu A. Preserving Source Location Privacy for Energy Harvesting WSNs. Sensors. 2017; 17(4):724.Chicago/Turabian Style
Huang, Changqin; Ma, Ming; Liu, Yuxin; Liu, Anfeng. 2017. "Preserving Source Location Privacy for Energy Harvesting WSNs." Sensors 17, no. 4: 724.
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