Jetzabel Serna-Olvera

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Research in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) has evolved considerably over the last years. Security and privacy in VANETs have recently appealed special interest in the research community. In this paper we overview the main privacy concepts and explain why this concept is fundamental for wide adoption of VANETs. A set of privacy requirements for VANETs(More)
In current e-banking systems, millions of consumers are now able to conduct financial transactions using a wide range of mobile devices; this growth exposes the system not only to the set of known threats that are now migrating from traditional PC-based e-banking to the mobile-based scenario, but, to emerging threats specifically targeting mobile devices.(More)
Every day, hundreds or even thousands of computers are infected with financial malware (i.e. Zeus) that forces them to become zombies or drones, capable of joining massive financial botnets that can be hired by well-organized cyber-criminals in order to steal online banking customers' credentials. Despite the fact that detection and mitigation mechanisms(More)
The ever increasing diversity and mobility of devices have originated a marked rise in ubiquitous resources; a great number of collaborative applications could be exploited just by employing an efficient ubiquitous resource management mechanism. The CARM (Composable-Adaptive Resource Management) middleware-based architecture provides a flexible(More)
Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) have evolved considerably over the last years, but despite the wide number of potential applications, VANETs also raise a broad range of critical security and privacy challenges. To achieve privacy, VANETs enforce the concepts of authentication and authorisation via public key infrastructures, relying on a large set of(More)