Publication detail

A Trial of Yoking-proof Protocol in RFID-based Smart-Home Environment

PRUDANOV, A. TKACHEV, S. GOLOS, N. MAŠEK, P. HOŠEK, J. FUJDIAK, R. ZEMAN, K. OMETOV, A. BEZZATEEV, S. VOLOSHINA, N. ANDREEV, S. MIŠUREC, J.

Original Title

A Trial of Yoking-proof Protocol in RFID-based Smart-Home Environment

Czech Title

Ověření implementace Yoking-proof protokolu v prostředí chytré domácnosti s využitím RFID

English Title

A Trial of Yoking-proof Protocol in RFID-based Smart-Home Environment

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Owing to signi cant progress in the Internet of Things (IoT) within both academia and industry, this breakthrough technology is increasingly penetrating our everyday lives. However, the levels of user adoption and business revenue are still lagging behind the original expectations. The reasons include strong security and privacy concerns behind the IoT, which become critically important in the smart home environment. Our envisioned smart home scenario comprises a variety of sensors, actuators, and end-user devices interacting and sharing data securely. Correspondingly, we aim at investigating and verifying in practice the Yoking-proof protocol, which is a multi-factor authentication solution for smart home systems with an emphasis on data con dentiality and mutual authentication. Our international team conducted a large trial featuring the Yoking-proof protocol, RFID technology, as well as various sensors and user terminals. This paper outlines the essentials of this trial, reports on our practical experience, and summarizes the main lessons learned.

Czech abstract

Owing to signi cant progress in the Internet of Things (IoT) within both academia and industry, this breakthrough technology is increasingly penetrating our everyday lives. However, the levels of user adoption and business revenue are still lagging behind the original expectations. The reasons include strong security and privacy concerns behind the IoT, which become critically important in the smart home environment. Our envisioned smart home scenario comprises a variety of sensors, actuators, and end-user devices interacting and sharing data securely. Correspondingly, we aim at investigating and verifying in practice the Yoking-proof protocol, which is a multi-factor authentication solution for smart home systems with an emphasis on data con dentiality and mutual authentication. Our international team conducted a large trial featuring the Yoking-proof protocol, RFID technology, as well as various sensors and user terminals. This paper outlines the essentials of this trial, reports on our practical experience, and summarizes the main lessons learned.

English abstract

Owing to signi cant progress in the Internet of Things (IoT) within both academia and industry, this breakthrough technology is increasingly penetrating our everyday lives. However, the levels of user adoption and business revenue are still lagging behind the original expectations. The reasons include strong security and privacy concerns behind the IoT, which become critically important in the smart home environment. Our envisioned smart home scenario comprises a variety of sensors, actuators, and end-user devices interacting and sharing data securely. Correspondingly, we aim at investigating and verifying in practice the Yoking-proof protocol, which is a multi-factor authentication solution for smart home systems with an emphasis on data con dentiality and mutual authentication. Our international team conducted a large trial featuring the Yoking-proof protocol, RFID technology, as well as various sensors and user terminals. This paper outlines the essentials of this trial, reports on our practical experience, and summarizes the main lessons learned.

Keywords

Authentication, IoT, RFID, Smart-Home, Yoking-proof protocol.

Released

25.11.2016

Location

Moskva

ISBN

978-5-209-07666-7

Book

19th International Conference, DCCN 2016, Moscow, Russia

Pages from

1

Pages to

11

Pages count

11

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT129857,
  author="Anton {Prudanov} and Sergey {Tkachev} and Nikolay {Golos} and Pavel {Mašek} and Jiří {Hošek} and Radek {Fujdiak} and Kryštof {Zeman} and Aleksandr {Ometov} and Sergey {Bezzateev} and Natalia {Voloshina} and Sergey {Andreev} and Jiří {Mišurec}",
  title="A Trial of Yoking-proof Protocol in RFID-based Smart-Home Environment",
  annote="Owing to signicant progress in the Internet of Things (IoT) within both academia and industry, this breakthrough technology is increasingly penetrating our everyday lives. However, the levels of user
adoption and business revenue are still lagging behind the original expectations. The reasons include strong security and privacy concerns behind the IoT, which become critically important in the smart home
environment. Our envisioned smart home scenario comprises a variety of sensors, actuators, and end-user devices interacting and sharing data securely. Correspondingly, we aim at investigating and verifying in practice
the Yoking-proof protocol, which is a multi-factor authentication solution for smart home systems with an emphasis on data condentiality and mutual authentication. Our international team conducted a large
trial featuring the Yoking-proof protocol, RFID technology, as well as various sensors and user terminals. This paper outlines the essentials of this trial, reports on our practical experience, and summarizes the main
lessons learned.",
  booktitle="19th International Conference, DCCN 2016, Moscow, Russia",
  chapter="129857",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2016",
  month="november",
  pages="1--11",
  type="conference paper"
}