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Securing vehicular networks

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Among civilian communication systems, vehicular networks emerge as one of the most convincing and yet most challenging instantiations of the mobile ad hoc networking technology. Towards the deployment of vehicular communication systems, security and privacy are critical factors and significant challenges to be met. This informal talk outlines security requirements for vehicular communication systems, provides models for the system and the communication, as well as models for the adversaries, and proposes a set of design principles for future security and privacy solutions for vehicular communication systems.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Group meeting presentations series.

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