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Privacy in Vehicular Networks

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Project Description

Vehicular Communication is without a doubt an enabling technology for many safety and comfort applications to substantially change road traffic as we know it. However, this technology also poses a risk when it comes to the preservation of privacy of drivers. Permanent transmissions and data exchange could allow to track individuals throughout the network and significantly violate their location privacy. This project not only focuses on methods to prevent this kind of tracking but also on privacy preserving revocation schemes as well as further possible implications of current car2x technology.

Project Period

    2009-09-01 – 2016-09-30

Project Members

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    Internal Project

Related Publications

  1. Bastian Bloessl, Christoph Sommer, Falko Dressler und David Eckhoff, “The Scrambler Attack: A Robust Physical Layer Attack on Location Privacy in Vehicular Networks,” 4th IEEE International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC 2015), CNC Workshop, Anaheim, CA, pp. 395-400, Februar 2015
  2. David Eckhoff und Christoph Sommer, “Driving for Big Data? Privacy Concerns in Vehicular Networking,” in IEEE Security and Privacy Bd. 12 (1), pp. 77-79, Februar 2014 Link zum Beitrag
  3. Isabel Wagner und David Eckhoff, “Privacy Assessment in Vehicular Networks Using Simulation,” Winter Simulation Conference (WSC ’14), Savannah, GA, USA, pp. 3155-3166, Dezember 2014 Link zum Beitrag
  4. David Eckhoff, Mykola Protsenko und Reinhard German, “Toward an Open Source Location Privacy Evaluation Framework for Vehicular Networks,” 80th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference Fall (VTC 2014-Fall), Vancouver, BC, Canada, pp. 1-2, September 2014 Link zum Beitrag
  5. David Eckhoff, “Privacy and Surveillance: Concerns About a Future Transportation System,” 1st GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Inter-Vehicle Communication (FG-IVC 2013), Innsbruck, Austria, Februar 2013
  6. David Eckhoff, Christoph Sommer, Tobias Gansen, Reinhard German und Falko Dressler, “SlotSwap: Strong and Affordable Location Privacy in Intelligent Transportation Systems,” in IEEE Communications Magazine Bd. 49 (11), pp. 126-133, November 2011 Link zum Beitrag
  7. David Eckhoff, Christoph Sommer, Tobias Gansen, Reinhard German und Falko Dressler, “Strong and Affordable Location Privacy in VANETs: Identity Diffusion Using Time-Slots and Swapping,” 2nd IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC 2010), Jersey City, NJ, pp. 174-181, Dezember 2010 Link zum Beitrag