Survey On Security Requirements In Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks
Ravneet Kaur, Dr. Jyoteesh Malhotra.
Keywords: Vehicle ad-hoc networks (VANETs), Smart city through VANET, ITS, Security.
ABSTRACT: This paper presents a literature survey on security issues in Vehicle Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs). Many researchers have done work on Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANETs) where VANETs routing protocol has been taken as a new protocol. In VANET cars are allowed to talk to each other where a wireless device sends information to nearby vehicles. In this research we will discuss the security issues such as confidentiality, authenticity, availability and non-repudiation aimed to secure communication between V2V and V2I. Tabulated statistics on the relationship between security services versus the technique to encounter the possible attacks is shown. Five security services with security attacks and techniques have been presented. The new technique for VANETs can be build taking this paper as reference.
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