Based on recent technological advances, the manufacturing of a large number of low cost wireless sensors became technically and economically feasible. Thousands of these sensors can potentially be networked as a wireless sensor network for many applications that require unattended, long-term operations. One of the critical challenges to making sensor networks more pervasive and secure is the severe resource constraints, in terms of energy and memory, on the sensor nodes.A major drawback of typical SCADA systems is their inflexible, static, and often centralized architecture, accompanied by expensive cost of wiring devices together. Wireless sensor networking is a promising technology that can significantlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Attacks and Defenses of Ubiquitous Sensor Networks|
|Author||:||Tanya Gazelle Roosta|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|