Göran Selander

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—This paper describes a framework that allows fine-grained and flexible access control to connected devices with very limited processing power and memory. We propose a set of security and performance requirements for this setting and derive an authorization framework distributing processing costs between constrained devices and less constrained back-end(More)
—The Internet of Things (IoT) is here, more than 10 billion units are already connected and five times more devices are expected to be deployed in the next five years. Technological standarization and the management and fostering of rapid innovation by governments are among the main challenges of the IoT. However, security and privacy are the key to make(More)
A simple and practical hashing scheme based on Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) is presented. Similarly to previously proposed cryptographically secure CRCs, the presented one detects both, random and malicious, errors without increasing bandwidth. However, we use a product of irreducible polynomials instead of a single irreducible polynomial for generating(More)
—DTLS is becoming the de facto standard for communication security in the Internet of Things. In order to run the DTLS protocol one needs to establish keys between the communicating devices. The default method of key establishment requires X.509 certificates and a Public Key Infrastructure, an approach which is often too resource consuming for small IoT(More)
Low-cost resource-constrained devices can allocate very limited resources for implementing security. At the same time, they still require some level of protection. In this paper, we present a lightweight message authentication scheme based on Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC). The presented CRC inherits the implementation simplicity of the conventional CRC(More)