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Security and Privacy in Vehicular Networks

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  • Fri, 01/19/2018 - 11:00am - 12:00pm

Security and Privacy in Vehicular Networks

Computer Science Colloquium Series
Ikjot Saini

Date:  Friday, January 19th, 2018
Time: 11:00 am
Location: Chrysler Hall North, G100

Abstract: Vehicular network is a promising approach for future Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) to facilitate road safety and traffic management. It provides communication services among nearby vehicles and with roadside infrastructure. Due to mobility constraints, driver’s behavior, and high mobility, vehicular networks exhibit characteristics which are dramatically different from many generic ad hoc networks. One of the ultimate goals in the design of such networks is to prevent various security and privacy attacks by addressing fundamental security requirements as authentication, non-repudiation, availability, message integrity, and confidentiality in the development phase. This talk will present the current state of security and privacy in the system design of vehicular communication and the recent work in the direction of privacy preserving anonymous authentication.

Bio: Ikjot Saini has B.Tech. and M.Tech. degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from India. She has completed a graduate certificate program in Information Security Management from London, Ontario. She worked as a graduate assistant for different subjects in Computer Science including: Computer Architecture, Computer Networks, and Internet applications and distributed systems. Now, she is a Ph.D. candidate and working as a sessional instructor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Windsor. Her recent research interests focus on Vehicular Ad hoc Networks, security and privacy issues, anonymous authentication and threat modelling.

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