Bezpečnostní protokoly podporující soukromí a detekce průniku v bezdrátových senzorových sítích
|Project Period:||3/2011 - 12/2014|
|Investor:||Czech Science Foundation|
|Programme / Project Type:||Standard Projects
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Development of low-cost, low-power, multifunctional devices that are small in size and communicate only at short distances enables us to form Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). This project focuses on the following three related areas:
1. Analysis of temporary changes in privacy protection requirements for WSNs and proposal for scalable privacy protection protocols reflecting the changes.
2. Proposal for a framework that enables (semi)automatic design of optimal intrusion detection systems for particular WSNs with a particular topology, sensor nodes capabilities and threats.
3. Analysis of the methods suitable for automatic search and optimization of security-related protocols personalized for a given network technology and layout. Automatic construction of attack strategies. Evolutionary algorithms are a prominent candidate here.
These three areas are consistent with the three workpackages of this project. And in each of them we plan to experimentally verify the performance of proposed methods/protocols in a simulated vs. small scale real WSN deployment since simulator results have been shown particularly tricky.