|Title||Análisis de primitivas criptográficas para redes de sensores|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Authors||C. Alcaraz, R. Roman, and J. Lopez|
|Conference Name||VI Jornadas de Ingeniería Telemática (JITEL’07)|
|Conference Location||Málaga (Spain)|
Security in wireless sensor networks is very limited due to highly-constrained hardware of sensor nodes. To protect services is necessary to use secure foundations, known as security primitives, like part of a protocol. Theses primitives must assure at least confidentiality in the communication channel, authentication of the peers involved in an information exchange, and integrity of the messages. There are many primitives such as symmetric encryption, hash functions and public key cryptography, but not all of them can be supported by sensor nodes since require high resource levels, for example memory. This paper contains a deep analysis of available and suitable security primitives for sensor nodes, as well as an analysis of hardware and software implementations. Besides, it has been developed an experiment with two implementations, and it has been created a new and improved version using the optimizations of each.
Análisis de primitivas criptográficas para redes de sensores