A Lightweight Continuous Authentication Protocol for the Internet of Things

  title={A Lightweight Continuous Authentication Protocol for the Internet of Things},
  author={Yo-Hsuan Chuang and Nai-Wei Lo and Cheng-Ying Yang and Ssu-Wei Tang},
Modern societies are moving toward an information-oriented environment. To gather and utilize information around people's modern life, tiny devices with all kinds of sensing devices and various sizes of gateways need to be deployed and connected with each other through the Internet or proxy-based wireless sensor networks (WSNs). Within this kind of Internet of Things (IoT) environment, how to authenticate each other between two communicating devices is a fundamental security issue. As a lot of… CONTINUE READING


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