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We consider a wireless source localization network in which eavesdropper nodes aim to estimate the position of a target node. We formulate the problem of selecting a set of NE positions out of N possible positions for placing eavesdropper nodes in order to estimate the target node position as accurately as possible. The Cramér-Rao lower bound related to the estimation of the target node position by eavesdropper nodes is derived, and its monotonicity and convexity properties are investigated.doi:10.1109/icc40277.2020.9148683 dblp:conf/icc/OzturkG20 fatcat:n7qa2yhcv5cghcufi4jf4hc254