Security and Privacy in Ubiquitous Sensor Networks

Alfredo J. Perez, Sherali Zeadally and Nafaa Jabeur
Volume: 14, No: 2, Page: 286 ~ 308, Year: 2018
10.3745/JIPS.03.0094
Keywords: Human-Centric Sensing, Internet of Things, Opportunistic Sensing, Participatory Sensing, Privacy, Security, Ubiquitous Sensing
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Abstract
The availability of powerful and sensor-enabled mobile and Internet-connected devices have enabled the advent of the ubiquitous sensor network (USN) paradigm. USN provides various types of solutions to the general public in multiple sectors, including environmental monitoring, entertainment, transportation, security, and healthcare. Here, we explore and compare the features of wireless sensor networks and USN. Based on our extensive study, we classify the security- and privacy-related challenges of USNs. We identify and discuss solutions available to address these challenges. Finally, we briefly discuss open challenges for designing more secure and privacy-preserving approaches in next-generation USNs.

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IEEE Style
Alfredo J. Perez, Sherali Zeadally, and Nafaa Jabeur , "Security and Privacy in Ubiquitous Sensor Networks," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 286~308, 2018. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.03.0094.

ACM Style
Alfredo J. Perez, Sherali Zeadally, and Nafaa Jabeur , "Security and Privacy in Ubiquitous Sensor Networks," Journal of Information Processing Systems, 14, 2, (2018), 286~308. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.03.0094.