A Secure Hierarchical Model for Sensor Network
In a distributed sensor network, large number of sensors deployed which communicate among themselves to self-organize a wireless ad hoc network. We propose an energy-efficient level-based hierarchical system. We compromise between the energy consumption and shortest path route by utilizing number of neighbors (NBR) of a sensor and its level in the hierarchical clustering. In addition, we design a Secure Routing Protocol for Sensor Networks (SRPSN) to safeguard the data packet passing on the sensor networks under different types of attacks. We build the secure route from the source node to sink node. The sink node is guaranteed to receive correct information using our SRPSN. We also propose a group key management scheme, which contains group communication policies, group membership requirements and an algorithm for generating a distributed group key for secure communication.
M. Tubaishat et al., "A Secure Hierarchical Model for Sensor Network," ACM SIGMOD Record, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Mar 2004.
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Keywords and Phrases
Data Packet; Secure Hierarchy; Sensor Network; Wireless Ad Hoc Network; Hierarchical Clustering
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