An Efficient Scheme to Secure Data Provenance in Home Area Networks

Tang, Z. and Keoh, S. L. (2020) An Efficient Scheme to Secure Data Provenance in Home Area Networks. In: Workshop on 5G Security: Current Trends, Challenges and New Enablers, in conjunction with IEEE 5G World Forum, Bangalore, India, 10-12 Sep 2020, pp. 115-120. ISBN 9781728172996 (doi: 10.1109/5GWF49715.2020.9221402)

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The 5G technology has raised new security issues in the new communication paradigm as there are more devices in the network. Internet-of-Things devices, including smart home devices, will be allowed to connect, communicate, and share data faster than ever. In the context of a Home Area Network (HAN) where smart home appliances are monitored and controlled in real-time, the explosive growth of networked devices poses an elevated security threat to data provenance. This paper focuses on data provenance issues in a HAN within a smart metering infrastructure. We propose a comprehensive yet efficient solution to guarantee that the reported energy usage is collected from the real appliance as claimed, at the designated location, and that it reflects the real consumption by the appliance.

Item Type:Conference Proceedings
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Keoh, Dr Sye Loong and Tang, Dr Zhaohui
Authors: Tang, Z., and Keoh, S. L.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Computing Science
Research Group:GLASS
Copyright Holders:Crown Copyright © 2020
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