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Admissible bilinear map-based key management protocol for HPCCS in heterogeneous network

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The high-speed transfer rate and various services of the wired network have been combined with the convenience and mobility of wireless networks. This era of combined wire/wireless is being disseminated by new technology that creates new service applications and brings changes to both users and service providers. Network integration is a very important in this wire/wireless service, it is integrated by the convergence between heterogeneous networks and the integration of transmission technologies across networks. In this situation, existing security and communication technologies are difficult to apply due to the need to integrate with heterogeneous networks. Network security has many vulnerabilities. In existing homogeneous networks, user authentication and key management between heterogeneous networks are needed to be adapted to new technology. The establishment of security technologies to heterogeneous devices is also crucial between homogeneous networks. In this paper, we propose secure, efficient key management in a heterogeneous network environment. Therefore, it provides secure communication between heterogeneous network devices.

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Moon, J.S., Park, J.H. & Lee, IY. Admissible bilinear map-based key management protocol for HPCCS in heterogeneous network. J Supercomput 55, 155–172 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11227-010-0411-5

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Keywords

  • Admissible bilinear map
  • Authentication
  • Heterogeneous network
  • ID-based
  • Key management