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000124925 245__ $$aImpact of Vehicular Communications Security on Transportation Safety
000124925 260__ $$c2008
000124925 269__ $$a2008
000124925 336__ $$aConference Papers
000124925 520__ $$aTransportation safety, one of the main driving forces of the development of vehicular communication (VC) systems, relies on high-rate safety messaging (beaconing). At the same time, there is consensus among authorities, industry, and academia on the need to secure VC systems. With specific proposals in the literature, a critical question must be answered: can secure VC systems be practical and satisfy the requirements of safety applications, in spite of the significant communication and processing overhead and other restrictions security and privacy-enhancing mechanisms impose? To answer this question, we investigate in this paper the following three dimensions for secure and privacy-enhancing VC schemes: the reliability of communication, the processing overhead at each node, and the impact on a safety application. The results indicate that with the appropriate system design, including sufficiently high processing power, applications enabled by secure VC can be in practice as effective as those enabled by unsecured VC.
000124925 6531_ $$asecurity
000124925 6531_ $$awireless
000124925 6531_ $$avehicular
000124925 6531_ $$aVANET
000124925 6531_ $$aprivacy
000124925 700__ $$0242753$$g171990$$aPapadimitratos, Panagiotis (Panos)
000124925 700__ $$aCalandriello, Giorgio
000124925 700__ $$g105427$$aHubaux, Jean-Pierre$$0240456
000124925 700__ $$aLioy, Antonio
000124925 7112_ $$dApril 2008$$cPhoenix Arizona$$aIEEE INFOCOM MOVE 2008
000124925 8564_ $$uhttp://infocom-move.org/$$zURL
000124925 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/124925/files/Infocom-Move-08-pap-cal-LH.pdf$$zn/a$$s197334
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000124925 937__ $$aLCA-CONF-2008-054
000124925 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
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