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AuthorGuizani, Mohsen
AuthorHe, Daojing
AuthorRen, Kui
AuthorRodrigues, Joel
AuthorChan, Sammy
AuthorZhang, Yan
Available date2015-06-23T09:59:34Z
Publication Date2015-04
Publication NameCommunications Magazine
CitationGuizani, M.; He, D.; Ren, K.; Rodrigues, J.; Chan, S.; Zhang, Y., "Security and privacy in emerging networks: Part 1 [Guest Editorial]," Communications Magazine, IEEE , vol.53, no.4, pp.18-19, April 2015
AbstractWith the recent advancements in networking technologies, some new emerging networks are being implemented that have the potential to be deployed broadly and on a large scale in the near future. In the wired domain, these emerging networks include, for example, networks based on software-defined networking (SDN) and named data networking (NDN). In the wireless domain, they include mobile and wireless networks involving handheld computing devices, sensors and RFID devices, body area sensor networks, and participatory sensing networks, to name a few.
SubjectMobile communication systems -- Security measures.
SubjectComputer networks -- Security measures.
SubjectSystems and Data Security.
SubjectPrivacy, Right of.
TitleSecurity and privacy in emerging networks: Part 1 [Guest Editorial]

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