Special Issue "Security Issues in Sensor Networks"
A special issue of Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks (ISSN 2224-2708).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2015) | Viewed by 18018
Interests: network security; mobile networks; cryptography; discrete chaotic cryptography
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Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology, ul.Koszykowa 86, 02-008 Warsaw, Poland
Interests: Information Security; Cryptology; Security Engineering; Cryptographic Protocols; Wireless Sensor Networks; Internet of Things; Security Economics; Security Metrics; Risk analysis
Wireless Sensor Networks that perform complicated data processing (collecting, storing, transforming and transmitting data) using hardware of constrained performance need specific protection methods that balance effectiveness of all functions of a sensor with the required security level. This special issue expects new results that improve different aspects of protection mechanisms for Sensor Networks in all spectra of their emerging applications. We especially encourage research papers in the following topics (other security-relevant topics are also invited):
- Secure communication protocols for SN
- Security of software-defined, cloud-based and other future sensor networks
- Secure routing in WSN
- Trust and reputation supporting SN security and reliability
- Cryptography for SN (including lightweight cryptography), theoretical foundations, cryptographic primitives, and formal methods
- Wireless and mobile privacy and anonymity; secure localization and location privacy
- Secure applications of sensor networks (M2M, IoT, P2P, MANET, VANET, e-health, etc.)
- Cryptographic protocols for SN (including RFID, NFC, etc.)
- Entity authentication and key management in SN
- Context-aware security solutions for SN
- QoP models in SN, economics of security, green computing models
- Attacks and defenses in SN: from formal models to practical solutions
Prof. Dr. Zbigniew Kotulski
Dr. Bogdan Ksiezopolski
Prof. Dr. Pascal Lafourcade
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