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In many sensor applications, the data collected from individual nodes is aggregated at a base station or host computer. To reduce energy consumption, many systems also perform in-network aggregation of sensor data at intermediate nodes enroute to the base station.
Most existing aggregation algorithms and systems do not include any provisions for security, and consequently these systems are vulnerable to a wide variety of attacks.
In particular, compromised nodes can be used to inject false data that leads to incorrect aggregates being computed at the base station. We discuss the security vulnerabilities of data aggregation systems, and present a survey of robust and secure aggregation protocols that are resilient to false data injection attacks.
While sensor networks provide the opportunity for sophisticated, context-aware services, privacy concerns can seriously affect user acceptance and become a barrier to their long-term successful deployment. This chapter discusses privacy issues in sensor networks, by identifying the requirements for privacy preserving deployments, analysing the challenges faced when designing them, and discussing the main solutions that have been proposed.
Privacy can be addressed in different levels of the network stack and at different points of the information flow. The privacy requirements and the mechanisms that address them are categorised into privacy sensitive information gathering schemes, controlled information disclosure approaches, and mechanisms for the protection of the communications context.
The separate discussion of the approaches highlights the diverse privacy aspects that they are focused on, and shows how the approaches can be viewed as complementary to fulfill the complete spectrum of sensor networks' privacy needs.
Many Wireless Sensor Networks are composed of nodes that are virtually identical, i. Even if each node contains an artificial serial number, there is no unique property…no DNA to distinguish devices.
Still, all sensor networks must capture some identity notions; code integrity being one such notion. This chapter investigates sensor network node identity relative to the functional properties reflected in executing code found on small computing sensors. We show how wireless sensor networks can establish an important identity property of ensuring code integrity through the process of remote attestation.
Security has been proven a crucial factor in the provision of data services and especially in the computer-related environments. While wired and wireless networks come to all sectors of everyday life, security tries to satisfy the growing needs for confidentiality, integrity and non-repudiation. There are many instances of security primitives and each one of them has different requirements in terms of processing power, memory, energy consumption, etc.
Therefore, it is important to review the functionality of the less resource-demanding encryption algorithms in order to analyze their theoretical suitability to the existent sensor node hardware. Still, the constraints inherent to the sensor nodes advise against the total dependence on software-based implementations, even more in the case of expensive primitives.
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Front Matter. Download PDF. Overview of Wireless Sensor Network Security. Vulnerabilities and Attacks in Wireless Sensor Networks. Abstract We investigate how wireless sensor networks can be attacked in practice. Symmetric Primitives. Abstract This chapter highlights the importance of symmetric cryptographic primitives for providing security in wireless sensor networks. Public-key Primitives.
Abstract Wireless sensor networks consist of tiny senor nodes with limited computing and communicating capabilities and, more importantly, with limited energy resources. Key Management in Wireless Sensor Networks.
Abstract This chapter presents a comparative survey of recent key management key distribution, discovery, establishment and update solutions for wireless sensor networks.
Abstract In this chapter we elaborate on the need for security frameworks at the link-layer and describe what services they provide to the upper layers. Secure Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks. Dricot, M. Rinaudo, Gianluigi Ferrari, S. Van Roy, Ph. De Doncker, and A. Fouad, Rabie A. From to , he was an assistant professor of computer sciences in different faculties and academic institutions in Egypt.
From to , he worked as visiting assistant and associate professor of computer science and engineering in two universities in Jordan. His research interests cover various analytic and discrete event simulation techniques, performance evaluation of communication networks, application of intelligent techniques in managing computer communication networks, and performing comparative studies between various policies and strategies of routing congestion control subnetting of computer communication networks.
He has published more than articles in various refereed international journals and conferences covering computer networks, artificial intelligent expert systems, software agents, information retrieval, E-learning, case-based reasoning, image processing, and pattern recognition wireless sensor networks, cloud computing, and robotic engineering.
Ramakrishnan received his bachelor of engineering degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering in from the Bharathidasan University Trichy, and his mechanical engineering degree in Communication Systems in from the Madurai Kamaraj University Madurai. He received his Ph.