Context Aware and Adaptive Security for Wireless Networks

@inproceedings{Hager2004ContextAA,
  title={Context Aware and Adaptive Security for Wireless Networks},
  author={Creighton T. R. Hager and Scott F. Midkiff},
  year={2004}
}
(ABSTRACT) This research investigated methods to determine appropriate security protocols for specific wireless network applications. The specific problem being addressed was that there are tradeoffs between security, performance, and efficiency among current and proposed security protocols. Performance and efficiency issues are particularly important in wireless networks which tend to have constrained network capacity and connect to resource-limited nodes. Existing security protocols address… CONTINUE READING
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