Publication detail

Implementing Secure Network-Assisted D2D Framework in Live 3GPP LTE Deployment

OMETOV, A. MAŠEK, P. URAMA, J. HOŠEK, J. ANDREEV, S. KOUCHERYAVY, Y.

Original Title

Implementing Secure Network-Assisted D2D Framework in Live 3GPP LTE Deployment

Czech Title

Implementing Secure Network-Assisted D2D Framework in Live 3GPP LTE Deployment

English Title

Implementing Secure Network-Assisted D2D Framework in Live 3GPP LTE Deployment

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Device-to-Device (D2D) communication constitutes an emerging network paradigm that promises to unlock decisive capacity gains without the need for expensive cellular resources. However, while deployment of this promising enabler technology in 5G-grade mobile networks is currently underway, the complete understanding of feasible use cases and their respective limitations has not yet been provided in literature. Today, employing D2D connectivity both in human-to-human and machine-to-machine scenarios, the attention of research community focuses on security, privacy, and trust. Inspired by this increasing demand, we provide in this paper a comprehensive summary on our live trial of secure cellular-assisted D2D communication technology within the full-featured 3GPP LTE network deployment. Correspondingly, we describe a novel D2D framework capable of delivering secure direct connectivity even if the managing cellular link is temporarily not available (unreliable), so that communicating devices could continue to exchange confidential data in their private coalitions. To this end, our prototype implementation characterizes the practical capabilities of secure D2D communication in dynamic, urban environments suffering from intermittent 3GPP LTE connectivity.

Czech abstract

Device-to-Device (D2D) communication constitutes an emerging network paradigm that promises to unlock decisive capacity gains without the need for expensive cellular resources. However, while deployment of this promising enabler technology in 5G-grade mobile networks is currently underway, the complete understanding of feasible use cases and their respective limitations has not yet been provided in literature. Today, employing D2D connectivity both in human-to-human and machine-to-machine scenarios, the attention of research community focuses on security, privacy, and trust. Inspired by this increasing demand, we provide in this paper a comprehensive summary on our live trial of secure cellular-assisted D2D communication technology within the full-featured 3GPP LTE network deployment. Correspondingly, we describe a novel D2D framework capable of delivering secure direct connectivity even if the managing cellular link is temporarily not available (unreliable), so that communicating devices could continue to exchange confidential data in their private coalitions. To this end, our prototype implementation characterizes the practical capabilities of secure D2D communication in dynamic, urban environments suffering from intermittent 3GPP LTE connectivity.

English abstract

Device-to-Device (D2D) communication constitutes an emerging network paradigm that promises to unlock decisive capacity gains without the need for expensive cellular resources. However, while deployment of this promising enabler technology in 5G-grade mobile networks is currently underway, the complete understanding of feasible use cases and their respective limitations has not yet been provided in literature. Today, employing D2D connectivity both in human-to-human and machine-to-machine scenarios, the attention of research community focuses on security, privacy, and trust. Inspired by this increasing demand, we provide in this paper a comprehensive summary on our live trial of secure cellular-assisted D2D communication technology within the full-featured 3GPP LTE network deployment. Correspondingly, we describe a novel D2D framework capable of delivering secure direct connectivity even if the managing cellular link is temporarily not available (unreliable), so that communicating devices could continue to exchange confidential data in their private coalitions. To this end, our prototype implementation characterizes the practical capabilities of secure D2D communication in dynamic, urban environments suffering from intermittent 3GPP LTE connectivity.

Keywords

3GPP, Device-to-Device (D2D), LTE, Secure direct connectivity

Released

27.05.2016

ISBN

978-1-4673-6432-4

Book

Eighth Workshop on Cooperative and Cognitive Networks (CoCoNet8)

Pages from

1

Pages to

6

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT122771,
  author="Aleksandr {Ometov} and Pavel {Mašek} and Jani {Urama} and Jiří {Hošek} and Sergey {Andreev} and Yevgeni {Koucheryavy}",
  title="Implementing Secure Network-Assisted D2D Framework in Live 3GPP LTE Deployment",
  annote="Device-to-Device (D2D) communication constitutes an emerging network paradigm that promises to unlock decisive capacity gains without the need for expensive cellular resources. However, while deployment of this promising enabler technology in 5G-grade mobile networks is currently underway, the complete understanding of feasible use cases and their respective limitations has not yet been provided in literature. Today, employing D2D connectivity both in human-to-human and machine-to-machine scenarios, the attention of research community focuses on security, privacy, and trust. Inspired by this increasing demand, we provide in this paper a comprehensive summary on our live trial of secure cellular-assisted D2D communication technology within the full-featured 3GPP LTE network deployment. Correspondingly, we describe a novel D2D framework capable of delivering secure direct connectivity even if the managing cellular link is temporarily not available (unreliable), so that communicating devices could continue to exchange confidential data in their private coalitions. To this end, our prototype implementation characterizes the practical capabilities of secure D2D communication in dynamic, urban environments suffering from intermittent 3GPP LTE connectivity.",
  booktitle="Eighth Workshop on Cooperative and Cognitive Networks (CoCoNet8)",
  chapter="122771",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2016",
  month="may",
  pages="1--6",
  type="conference paper"
}