Protecting safety and privacy on the Internet of Things
As smart devices and cars spread, we need better security and privacy protection in wireless sensor networks, the smart grid, and networks of smart vehicles.
As the Internet of Things takes shape, our smart devices and cars become able to freely communicate with each other. But as information on us that's stored inside these objects is disclosed and shared, we need efficient new mechanisms to protect security and privacy. In this book from Springer, Chang Xu and Liehuang Zhu, Zijian Zhangwe, computer scientists at Beijing Institute of Technology, give technical prescriptions for protecting security and privacy in three areas of the Internet of Things—wireless sensor networks, smart grid and vehicular ad hoc networks.
Source: Xu, Chang, Liehuang Zhu, Zijian Zhangwe. Secure and Privacy-Preserving Data Communication in Internet of Things. New York: Springer, 2017