Secure Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast Systems (Wireless Networks)
This book proposes secure schemes to address security challenges in secure automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast systems (ADS-B) from five different angles. First, the authors examine encryption schemes applied to the ADS-B environment for protecting messages confidentiality. Second, they propose an ADS-B broadcast authentication scheme with batch verification by employing an identity-based signature. Third, they present ADS-B broadcast authentication scheme based on a digital signature with message recovery, which provides a feature that the message is recoverable from the signature. Fourth, they propose a new cryptographic solution to ADS-B security. Finally, they propose an accurate and efficient cognitive aircraft location verification scheme preserving aircraft location privacy by utilizing a grid-based k-nearest neighbor algorithm. In summary, the authors show how ADS-B data links can greatly enhance flight safety by these proposed schemes without sacrificing data security.
Proposes several secure schemes to address security challenges in secure automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast systems (ADS-B);
Provides extensive experiments and evaluates the proposed schemes using real-world data;
Shows how ADS-B data links can greatly enhance safety without sacrificing data securityHomepage