Research Directions in Security and Privacy for Mobile and Wireless Networks.- Pervasive Systems: Enhancing Trust Negotiation with Privacy Support.- Applying Trust in Mobile and Wireless Networks.- A Framework for Computing Trust in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks.- The Concept of Opportunistic Networks and Their Research Challenges in Privacy and Security.- On Performance Cost of On-Demand Anonymous Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks.- Computer Ecology: Responding to Mobile Worms with Location-Based Quarantine Boundaries.- Approached for Ensuring Security and Privacy in Unplanned Ubiquitous Computing Interactions.- An Anonymous MAC Protocol for Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks.- Hardware/Software Solution to Improve Security in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks.
This book brings together a number of papers that represent seminal contributions underlying mobile and wireless network security and privacy. It provides a foundation for implementation and standardization as well as further research. The diverse topics and protocols described in this book give the reader a good idea of the current state-of-the-art technologies in mobile and wireless network security and privacy.
Analyzes important security and privacy problems in the realms of wireless networks and mobile computing.
Includes a report to the National Science Foundation of the United States which will be used by program managers for the foundation in setting priorities for research directions in this area.
Features a multitude of valuable discussions on relevant concepts, such as the various approaches that define emerging security and privacy in mobile and wireless environment.