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Special Issue "Security, Trust and Privacy for Sensor Networks"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Sensor Networks".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2018) | Viewed by 104728
Special Issue Editors
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Interests: 5G security; IoT security; authentication and access control; formal security analysis; mobile internet security
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Special Issue Information
The current era is modeling every object into a computing entity as well as making a way for billions of devices demanding connectivity at the same time. With a large number of connections and every object with computing facilities, intrusions and threats are likely to increase. Due to the ease of access and availability to all, “Internet of Things (IoT)” has a huge impact on everyone. However, preservation of information and sensitive data is one of the biggest challenges in these networks. Thus, focusing on the aspect of trust, privacy, and security of sensors in our surroundings, it is necessary to provide solid as well as evident solutions as countermeasures against threats in sensor networks. There is a huge gap between the existing solutions and the actual operations of different sensors in the real world; thus, it becomes important to address the security challenges associated with sensor networks by providing novel strategies, frameworks, architectures, and middleware. Further, accessing different levels of vulnerabilities and understanding different dimensions of threats are of much importance.
This special issue aims to bring together the current state-of-the-art research and future directions for the security, privacy, and trust in sensor networks. For such a goal, we cordially invite researchers and engineers from both academia and industry to submit their original and novel work for inclusion in this special issue. Tutorial or survey papers are also welcome. In addition, this special issue will include the extended versions of the best papers, which will be presented at the 2nd International Symposium on Mobile Internet Security (MobiSec'17, http://isyou.info/conf/mobisec17/).
The topics related to this special issue include, but are not limited to:
- Secure architecture and models for sensor networks
- Security issues and protocols for sensor networks
- Security threats, models, and countermeasures for sensor networks
- Access control and authentication for sensor networks
- Privacy, trust, and reliability for sensor networks
- Risk/threat assessment and management for sensor networks
- Intrusion detection techniques for sensor networks
- Availability, recovery and auditing for sensor networks
- Mobility management and handover security for sensor networks
- IoT security and privacy issues
- Network security for IoT
- Software security for IoT
- Threat intelligence for IoT
- Vehicular-sensor network security
- Others and emerging new topics
Associate Prof. Dr. Ilsun You
Associate Prof. Dr. Francesco Palmieri
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Sensor Networks
- Access control
- IoT Security