Marvie Mussadiq

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Security in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is usually thought as privacy, auditing, intrusion detection and protection. In general, the quality of signal processing is considered as issue of middleware layers. The higher values of signal to noise ratio (SNR) are vital for target detection and estimation which is the most critical objective of WSN. Despite(More)
The paper presents a ready-to-use security assessment framework for wireless sensor networks (WSNs). The parameters in the proposed security assessment framework perform independent security assessment of WSNs and of their applications. Our proposed framework uses actual responses of the entities (such as nodes, communication link and network response) to(More)
Security of wireless sensor network (WSN) remained an open research area throughout the current decade. New research and developments seems protecting sensor networks from various security threats but at the same time raise many questions, confusions and conflicts regarding their own viability. Such viability issues become major hindrances in security(More)
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