George P. Corser

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Vehicular ad hoc networks may one day prevent injuries and reduce transportation costs by enabling new safety and traffic management applications, but these networks raise privacy concerns because they could enable applications to perform unwanted surveillance. Researchers have proposed privacy protocols, measuring privacy performance based on metrics such(More)
In future vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs), Basic Safety Messages (BSMs) would be transmitted by all vehicles every 100ms in order to help prevent inter-vehicle crashes. At first not all vehicles would contain the hardware and software necessary to transmit BSMs; there would be an interval when only a percentage of vehicles would transmit. Further, even(More)
Traditional cost-benefit analysis (CBA) quantifies the value of information security safeguards in terms of their expenses compared to their savings before and after their implementation. This paper considers CBA from the attacker's viewpoint, adding another type of measurement, the willingness to endure consequences. We propose a new set of equations and(More)
Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) may one day improve vehicle safety and traffic management, but VANETs raise location privacy concerns because they would transmit data which could also be used for unwanted surveillance. Some location privacy researchers have proposed application-layer protocols that would require dummy event communications which may lead(More)
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