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Privacy in the Internet of Vehicles: Models, Algorithms, and Applications

01 Jan 2019-pp 78-83

TL;DR: The newly modelled approach of Google is proposed and some modifications to the approach are suggested to answer the privacy issue.

AbstractAs the vehicles become a formidable sensor platform, the concept of VANETs is being transformed into a pervasive and ubiquitous concept of IoV (Internet of Vehicles). We discuss the scope of IoV over the limitations of VANET and further, we see the standards specified for automated vehicles and the aspects related to their deployment. We also discuss the various techniques under development that facilitate the transfer of anonymous user data upload in automated vehicle environment to the open public data repositories for the research community. We give the abstract of a model proposed to answer the privacy issue and see its controlled deployment. We finally propose the newly modelled approach of Google and suggest some modifications to the approach to answer the privacy issue.

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TL;DR: It is demonstrated that the proposed protocol cannot only guarantee the requirements of security and privacy but can also provide the desired traceability of each vehicle in the case where the ID of the message sender has to be revealed by the authority for any dispute event.
Abstract: In this paper, we first identify some unique design requirements in the aspects of security and privacy preservation for communications between different communication devices in vehicular ad hoc networks. We then propose a secure and privacy-preserving protocol based on group signature and identity (ID)-based signature techniques. We demonstrate that the proposed protocol cannot only guarantee the requirements of security and privacy but can also provide the desired traceability of each vehicle in the case where the ID of the message sender has to be revealed by the authority for any dispute event. Extensive simulation is conducted to verify the efficiency, effectiveness, and applicability of the proposed protocol in various application scenarios under different road systems.

805 citations


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01 May 2004
TL;DR: Road safety, traffic management, and driver convenience continue to improve, in large part thanks to appropriate usage of information technology, but this evolution has deep implications for security and privacy, which the research community has overlooked so far.
Abstract: Road safety, traffic management, and driver convenience continue to improve, in large part thanks to appropriate usage of information technology. But this evolution has deep implications for security and privacy, which the research community has overlooked so far.

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  • ..., Internet of Vehicles(IoV))[2], [3], some of the data available is used for testing the behavior of the driver and their response to the traffic conditions( shown in the Fig....

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  • ...Many researches are moving in analyzing the data that is collected from the environment, smart city behaviors, pedestrians and drivers [1], [2]....

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TL;DR: This paper presents a comprehensive framework of IoV with emphasis on layered architecture, protocol stack, network model, challenges, and future aspects, and performs a qualitative comparison between IoV and VANETs.
Abstract: Internet of Things is smartly changing various existing research areas into new themes, including smart health, smart home, smart industry, and smart transport. Relying on the basis of “smart transport,” Internet of Vehicles (IoV) is evolving as a new theme of research and development from vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). This paper presents a comprehensive framework of IoV with emphasis on layered architecture, protocol stack, network model, challenges, and future aspects. Specifically, following the background on the evolution of VANETs and motivation on IoV an overview of IoV is presented as the heterogeneous vehicular networks. The IoV includes five types of vehicular communications, namely, vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-roadside, vehicle-to-infrastructure of cellular networks, vehicle-to-personal devices, and vehicle-to-sensors. A five layered architecture of IoV is proposed considering functionalities and representations of each layer. A protocol stack for the layered architecture is structured considering management, operational, and security planes. A network model of IoV is proposed based on the three network elements, including cloud, connection, and client. The benefits of the design and development of IoV are highlighted by performing a qualitative comparison between IoV and VANETs. Finally, the challenges ahead for realizing IoV are discussed and future aspects of IoV are envisioned.

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TL;DR: SIoV is a vehicular instance of the Social IoT (SIoT), where vehicles are the key social entities in the machine-to-machine vehicular social networks and the social structures of SIoV components, their relationships, and the interaction types are identified.
Abstract: The main vision of the Internet of Things (IoT) is to equip real-life physical objects with computing and communication power so that they can interact with each other for the social good. As one of the key members of IoT, Internet of Vehicles (IoV) has seen steep advancement in communication technologies. Now, vehicles can easily exchange safety, efficiency, infotainment, and comfort-related information with other vehicles and infrastructures using vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). We leverage on the cloud-based VANETs theme to propose cyber-physical architecture for the Social IoV (SIoV). SIoV is a vehicular instance of the Social IoT (SIoT), where vehicles are the key social entities in the machine-to-machine vehicular social networks. We have identified the social structures of SIoV components, their relationships, and the interaction types. We have mapped VANETs components into IoT-A architecture reference model to offer better integration of SIoV with other IoT domains. We also present a communication message structure based on automotive ontologies, the SAE J2735 message set, and the advanced traveler information system events schema that corresponds to the social graph. Finally, we provide the implementation details and the experimental analysis to demonstrate the efficacy of the proposed system as well as include different application scenarios for various user groups.

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"Privacy in the Internet of Vehicles..." refers background in this paper

  • ...Many researches are moving in analyzing the data that is collected from the environment, smart city behaviors, pedestrians and drivers [1], [2]....

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  • ..., Internet of Vehicles(IoV))[2], [3], some of the data available is used for testing the behavior of the driver and their response to the traffic conditions( shown in the Fig....

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