Security in Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks (Computer and Network Security) by Raheem Beyah, Janise Mcnair and Cherita Corbett
(September 18, 2009) | ISBN: 981427108X | 460 pages | PDF | 5,4 MB
Security issues in ad-hoc and sensor networks have become extremely important. This edited book provides a comprehensive treatment for security issues in these networks, ranging from attack mitigation to recovery after an attack has been successfully executed. Security issues include (but are not limited to) attacks, malicious node detection, access control, authentication, intrusion detection, privacy and anonymity, key management, location verification, security architectures and protocols, secrecy and integrity, network resilience and survivability, and trust models. This complete book provides an excellent reference for students, researchers, and industry practitioners related to these areas.