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ICASME: An Improved Cloud-Based Authentication Scheme for Medical Environment

  • Qingfeng ChengEmail author
  • Xinglong Zhang
  • Jianfeng Ma
Mobile & Wireless Health
Part of the following topical collections:
  1. Mobile & Wireless Health

Abstract

Unlike the traditional medical system, telecare medicine information system (TMIS) ensures that patients can get health-care services via the Internet at home. Authenticated key agreement protocol is very important for protecting the security in TMIS. Recently scholars have proposed a lot of authenticated key agreement protocols. In 2016, Chiou et al. demonstrated that Chen et al.’s authentication scheme fails to provide user’s anonymity and message authentication and then proposed an enhanced scheme (Chiou et al., J. Med. Syst. 40(4):1–15, 2006) to overcome these drawbacks. In this paper, we demonstrate that Chiou et al.’s scheme is defenseless against key compromise impersonation (KCI) attack and also fails to provide forward security. Moreover, we propose a novel authentication scheme namely ICASME to overcome the mentioned weaknesses in this paper. Security analyses show that ICASME achieves the forward security and KCI attack resistance. In addition, it is proved that the time taken to implement the ICASME is not intolerable compared to the original protocol.

Keywords

Telecare medicine information systems Authenticated key agreement protocol Forward security Key compromise impersonation 

Notes

Acknowledgment

The authors express their deep appreciation to the helpful comments and suggestions of the anonymous reviewers, which have improved the presentation. This work was was funded by the National High Technology Research and Development Program (863 Program) (No. 2015AA016007 & No. 2015AA017203).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Computer Science and TechnologyXidian UniversityXi’anChina
  2. 2.Luoyang University of Foreign LanguagesLuoyangChina

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