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A Complete and Generic Security Approach for Wireless Sensors Network

  • Imen Bouabidi
  • Pr. Mahmoud AbdellaouiEmail author
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 12026)

Abstract

Wireless communication-random deployment-resources limitations are the main characteristics of wireless sensors networks that make them vulnerable to attacks. Indeed, sensors nodes and transmitted data are not protected. So, data privacy and integrity are essential to secure the transmitted information and to protect the various nodes. In this context, we have presented in this paper a complete and generic security solution adapted to the WSN constraints. This approach is based on the crossing between the three layers: physical layer, data link layer and network layer through the implementation of a secure MAC protocol and an intrusion detection system. As well as, the development of a new cryptographic solution grouping the modified AES encryption algorithm in CTR mode and a new key management protocol. The simulations results have proved on the one hand, the efficiency of our solution in WSN metrics term namely: mobility rate (from a network size 200, the mobility rate completes 99%), loss packets rate (LPR), energy consumption (does not exceed 0.512 \(\upmu \)j for the case of our encryption scheme and 142 mj for the case of our MAC protocol SXMachiavel), data freshness (40.79%), control overhead (2.4), etc. On the other hand, it’s resistance to the most dangerous attacks in the WSN: eavesdropping attacks, node capture attack, DOS attacks and spoofing attacks.

Keywords

Data privacy Secure MAC protocol Authentication Cryptographic solution Malware and attacks detection WSN 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Engineer School of Sfax, WIMCS Research TeamSfax UniversitySfaxTunisia
  2. 2.National Engineer School of Electronic and Communication, WIMCS Research TeamSfax UniversitySfaxTunisia

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