Key management and secure software updates in wireless process control environments

@inproceedings{Nilsson2008KeyMA,
  title={Key management and secure software updates in wireless process control environments},
  author={Dennis K. Nilsson and Tanya Roosta and Ulf Lindqvist and Alfonso Valdes},
  booktitle={WISEC},
  year={2008}
}
Process control systems using wireless sensor nodes are large and complex environments built to last for a long time. Cryptographic keys are typically preloaded in the wireless nodes prior to deployment and used for the rest of their lifetime. To reduce the risk of successful cryptanalysis, new keys must be established (rekeying). We have designed a rekeying scheme that provides both backward and forward secrecy. Furthermore, since these nodes are used for extensive periods of time, there is a… CONTINUE READING

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