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Editors: Zhen Jiang (Department of Computer Science, West Chester University, PA), Yi Pan (Department Computer Science, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA)
Book Description:
Wireless sensor networks have experienced an explosive growth during the last few years. Security issues are a central concern for achieving secured communications in these networks. This book provides a compilation of chapters written by experts from academia and industry. It addresses the critical resource constraints in such networks and reveals new insights into practical solutions of the complex security issues that arise in them. Topics include, but are not limited to, attacks, malicious node detection, access control, authentication, cryptographic protocols, key management, and secure routing. It is suitable for undergraduate seniors and graduate students taking related courses as well as researchers in the field of wireless sensor networks security.

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xiii

Part 1: Attacks and Countermeasures;pp. 1

Chapter 1: Preserving Data Authenticity in Wireless Sensor Networks: Attacks and Countermeasures;pp. 3-22
(F. Ye, H. Yang, S. Wong, S. Lu, Z. Liu, L. Zhang and M. Srivastava)

Chapter 2: Location Tracking Attack in Ad Hoc Networks based on Topology Information;pp. 23-45
(B. Bako, F. Kargl, E. Schoch and M. Weber)

Chapter 3: Prevention of DoS Attack in Sensor Networks using Repeated Game Theory;pp. 47-62
(A. Agah, M. Asadi and S. Das)

Chapter 4: Impact of Packet Injection Models on Misbehavior Detection Performance in Wireless Sensor Networks;pp. 63-90
(S. Schaust, M. Drozda and H. Szczerbicka)

Part 2: Secured Routing and Localization;pp. 91

Chapter 5: Security Aware Routing in Hierarchical Optical Sensor Networks;pp. 93-106
(U. Okorafor and D. Kundur)

Chapter 6: Secure Multi-path Data Delivery in Sensor Networks;pp. 107-128
(D. Huang)

Chapter 7: SeLoc: Secure Localization for Wireless Sensor and Actor Network;pp. 129-142
(J. Ma, S. Zhang and X. Tong)

Part 3: Cryptography and Encryption;pp. 143

Chapter 8: Security in Wireless Sensor Networks: A Formal Approach;pp. 145-164
(L. Tobarra, D. Cazorla and F. Cuartero)

Chapter 9:
C4W: An Energy Efficient Public Key Cryptosystem for Large Scale Wireless Sensor Networks;pp. 165-177
(Q. Jing, J. Hu and Z. Chen)

Chapter 10: Energy Consumption of Security Algorithms in Wireless Sensor Networks;pp. 179-207
(C. Chang, D. Nagel and S. Muftic)

Part 4: Key Pre-distribution and Revocation;pp. 209
Chapter 11: Deterministic and Randomized Key Pre-distribution Schemes for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Foundations and Example Constructions;pp. 211-233
(E. Makri and Y. Stamatiou)

Chapter 12: ARPD: Asynchronous Random Key Pre-distribution in the Leap Framework for Wireless Sensor Networks;pp. 235-256
(A. Achtzehn, C. Rohner and I. Rodhe)

Chapter 13: Secure K-Connectivity Properties of Wireless Sensor Networks;pp. 257-270
(Y. Law, L. Yen, R. Pietro and M. Palaniswami)

Chapter 14: Gateway Subset Difference Revocation;pp. 271-282
(J. Opper, B. Decleene and M. Leung)

Part 5: Key Exchange and Access Control;pp. 283

Chapter 15:
Authenticated Key Exchange with Group Support for Wireless Sensor Networks;pp. 285-311
(P. Svenda and V. Matyas)

Chapter 16: Tradeoff between Key-Exchange Frequency and Network Lifetime for Interconnected IEEE 802.15.4 Beacon Enabled Clusters;pp. 313-331
(J. Misic)

Chapter 17: Secure Access Control for (Location-Based Applications in WLAN Systems;pp. 333-348
(Y. Cho, M. Goodrich and L. Bao)

Chapter 18: Practical User Access Control in Sensor Networks;pp. 349-368
(H. Wang and Q. Li)

Index pp. 369-382

      Distributed, Cluster and Grid Computing - Yi Pan (Georgia State University), Series Editor
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: 395, 7 x 10
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-457-0
   Status: AV
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