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Title: SV2VCS: a secure vehicle‑to‑vehicle communication scheme based on lightweight authentication and concurrent data collection trees
Authors: Tandon, Righa
Gupta, P. K.
Keywords: Data collection
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.
Abstract: Vehicle-to-vehicle communication is one of the new paradigms of networking that should be secure, fast, and efficient. In this paper, we have proposed a secure framework that is based on a lightweight authentication scheme for vehicle-to-vehicle communication and established secure communication between the vehicle nodes. Here, we have implemented the concurrent data collection trees that incorporate the lightweight secure message broadcasting protocol to perform secure communication between the vehicles. Furthermore, the proposed scheme ensures fault tolerance during the data collection process between the vehicle nodes and is capable of handling various integrity attacks like Replay, Man-in-the-middle, Modification, and Impersonation. The obtained results represent that the secure network structure reduces the time required for data collection among the vehicle nodes. Results also show that the proposed scheme effectively handles the various integrity attacks and minimizes the time delay during the data collection process in vehicle-to-vehicle communication. A comparative study of results has also been performed with the various other existing schemes.
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