Intrusion Detection for Airborne Communication Using PHY-Layer Information

@inproceedings{Strohmeier2015IntrusionDF,
  title={Intrusion Detection for Airborne Communication Using PHY-Layer Information},
  author={Martin Strohmeier and Vincent Lenders and Ivan Martinovic},
  booktitle={DIMVA},
  year={2015}
}
With passenger and cargo traffic growing rapidly world-wide, and unmanned aerial vehicles UAV poised to enter commercial airspaces, a secure next generation of air traffic management systems is required. Recent articles in the academic and hacker community highlight crucial security challenges faced by integral parts of these next generation protocols, with the most dangerous attacks based on classic message injection. In this article, we analyze the possibility and effectiveness of detecting… CONTINUE READING

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