Secure data sharing for vehicular ad-hoc networks using cloud computing
During the last decade, researchers and developers have been attracted to Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET) research area due to its significant applications, including efficient traffic management, road safety, and entertainment. Several resources such as communication, onboard unit, storage, computing, and endless battery are embedded in the vehicles, which are used for enhancing Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSs). One of the crucial challenges for VANETs is to securely share an important information among vehicles. In some cases, the data owner is also not available and unable to control the data sharing process, i.e., sharing data with a new user or revoking the existing user. In this paper, we present a new method to address the data sharing problem and delegate the management of data to a Trusted Third Party (TPA) based on bilinear pairing technique. To achieve this goal, we use a cloud computing, as the mainstream platform of utility computing paradigm, to store the huge amount of data and perform the re-encryption process securely.
|Keywords||Bilinear pairing technique, Cloud computing, Data access control, Proxy re-encryption, Vehicular ad-hoc networks|
|Series||Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering|
Sookhak, M. (Mehdi), Yu, F.R, & Tang, H. (Helen). (2017). Secure data sharing for vehicular ad-hoc networks using cloud computing. In Ad Hoc Networks (pp. 306–315). doi:10.1007/978-3-319-51204-4_25