Public-key based access control in sensornet

  title={Public-key based access control in sensornet},
  author={Haodong Wang and Bo Sheng and Chiu Chiang Tan and Qun Li},
  journal={Wireless Networks},
Symmetric cryptography has been mostly used in security schemes in sensor networks due to the concern that public key cryptography (PKC) is too expensive for sensor devices. While these schemes are efficient in processing time, they generally require complicated key management, which may introduce high memory and communication overhead. On the contrary, PKC-based schemes have simple and clean key management, but cost more computational time. The recent progress in PKC implementation, specially… CONTINUE READING


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