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WISE: Lightweight Intelligent Swarm Attestation Scheme for IoT (The Verifier's Perspective) [article]

Mahmoud Ammar, Mahdi Washha, Bruno Crispo
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The growing pervasiveness of Internet of Things (IoT) expands the attack surface by connecting more and more attractive attack targets, i.e. embedded devices, to the Internet.  ...  In the vast majority of IoT applications, smart devices operate in swarms, thus triggering the need for efficient swarm attestation schemes.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research is supported by the research fund of KU Leuven and IMEC, a research institute founded by the Flemish government.  ... 
arXiv:1811.07366v1 fatcat:tgsa55sdundyndfdvsn5gx52qi

Proceedings of the Seminars Future Internet (FI), Innovative Internet Technologies and Mobile Communications (IITM) and Autonomous Communication Networks (ACN), Summer Semester 2013 [article]

Georg Carle, Marc-Oliver Pahl, Daniel Raumer, Lukas Schwaighofer, Uwe Baumgarten, Christoph Söllner, Chair For Network Architectures
Any participant with a device like this is already well protected against linking. 214 devices have a unique combination of values for QS.  ...  inside the security perimeter to smuggle in malware. • Before the Stuxnet incident, ACME had never taken into consideration that they could be a potential target for a cyber attack and therefore would  ...  Finally, I survey the possibilities and current status of adoption in practice.  ... 
doi:10.2313/net-2013-08-1 fatcat:ocqi5mtglrd3leu33vmov6g3ia