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  • Mohammad Aladwan, Feras Awaysheh, Jose Cabaleiro, Tomas Pena, Mamoun Alazab, Hamzeh Alabool
  • The 18th IEEE International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications. Rotorua,, New Zealand. 2019

Common Security Criteria for Vehicular Clouds and Internet of Vehicles Evaluation and Selection

Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming increasingly important to intelligent transportation system stakeholders, including cloud-based vehicular cloud (VC) and internet of vehicles (IoV) paradigms. This new trend involves communication and data exchange between several objects within different layers of control. Security in such a deployment is pivotal to realize the general IoT-based smart city. However, the evaluation of the degree of security regarding these paradigms remains a challenge. This study aims to discover and identify common security criteria (CSC) from a context-based analysis pattern and later to discuss, compare, and aggregate a conceptual model of CSC impartially. A privacy granularity classification that maintains data confidentiality is proposed alongside the security selection criteria.
Keywords: Internet of Things, Vehicular Cloud, Internet of Vehicles, Security Criteria, Evaluation and Selection.
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