Security for Emerging Ubiquitous Networks 라는 논문을 토대로 만든 PPT 발표자료
2. Security Challenges in Ubiquitous Networks
2.1 General Security
2.2 Specific Security
3. Security Characteristics of Ubiquitous Networks
3.1 Heterogeneous Characteristics
3.2 Dynamic and Self-Organizing Characteristics
3.3 Privacy and Trust Characteristics
4. The Security Protocol Model for Ubiquitous Networks
4.1 Ubiquitous Society
4.2 Description of Security Protocol Model
5. Security Protocol Evaluation
6. Conclusion and Future Work
Ubiquitous networks consist of multiple networks from different network operators with differing access technologies.
Due to the dynamism of ubiquitous communications, there exist numerous threats, for example, a hacker can gain control of users’ devices, eavesdropping of communications channels, modification of sensitive m-commerce transactions, Denial of Service (DoS), transaction of services or goods in other party’s identities, etc.
One must not only provide the safeguards and counter-measures from these threats but also to develop ubiquitous security applications in an increasingly interconnected ubiquitous networks, where there is continuous, seamless use of wireless networking and broadband technologies.
Secure communications with anyone, any organizations, anytime, anywhere, using any networks and any devices (A6) have to be accomplished.