A Mutual Authentication Scheme for Secure Fog Computing Service Handover in Vehicular Network Environment

  title={A Mutual Authentication Scheme for Secure Fog Computing Service Handover in Vehicular Network Environment},
  author={Favian Dewanta and Masahiro Mambo},
  journal={IEEE Access},
Handover schemes play a vital role on fog computing service (FCS) provided through vehicular network. It not only determines the quality of services (QoSs) but also the security and safety of vehicular network system against adversaries. As a part of handover process, authentication between vehicles and a new fog node (FN) significantly contributes to protecting private information and infrastructure of vehicular network at once. In this paper, we propose a lightweight and secure mutual… Expand
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