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BACTAC - Huang

 
8/30/2005
3:30pm-4:30pm
ECOT 831

A Level Key Infrastructure for Secure and Efficient Group Communication in Wireless Sensor Networks
PhD Candidate

Group communication to and from sets of sensor nodes is an important paradigm in wireless sensor networks (WSNs). Securing this group communication is a difficult challenge given the energy-efficiency constraints posed by WSNs. In this talk, I'll introduce the protocol SLIMCAST, i.e. Secure Level key Infrastructure for MultiCAST and group communication, which uses level keys to provide an infrastructure that dramatically lowers the cost of nodes joining and leaving sensor groups.

This level key infrastructure is shown to achieve energy-efficient key updates that are localized for group multicast 1->N communication, and can be further leveraged to achieve secure group aggregation N->1 communication. Simulation results comparing the performance of SLIMCAST to traditional secure group communication protocols are presented to demonstrate SLIMCAST's energy efficiency and flexibility.

This paper is based on work with Richard Han and Jason Buckingham. It will also be presented at SecureComm 2005.


BACTAC, the Beverage And Chips Tuesday Afternoon Colloquium, is a weekly forum run by graduate students. The goal is provide an informal setting in which anyone can (basically) present anything. In the past, we have had practice talks for conferences and job interviews, research reports, juggle lessons (!), student representative reports, internship discussions, an introduction to ergonomics, and "pay attention to this when you are going to look for job" discussions.

BACTAC is meant to be an informal and social event to promote the interaction among graduate students. BACTAC is typically held every Tuesday, at 3:30pm, in room ECOT 831. Free munchies and drinks are provided.

Please email Caleb Phillips for more information or if you want to be a speaker.

 
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