Security schemes based conditional privacy-preserving in vehicular ad hoc networks

Mahmood A. Al-shareeda, Mohammed Anbar, Murtadha A. Alazzawi, Selvakumar Manickam


Recently, vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) have been increasingly interested in the transportation area. Today automotive manufacturers have already moved to supply vehicles with different road sensors that can introduces for some useful characteristics. Besides, VANET communication does not only offer the drivers as well as passengers with the safety various services but also provides a wide range of valuable applications. Due to the inherent openness of VANETs, the vehicle is easily suffering from security and privacy issues. Recently, many researchers have been proposed schemes to cope with the issues mentioned above for the widespread deployment of VANETs. However, these schemes have not fulfilled all aspects of security and privacy requirements. Besides, these schemes have not provided the performance parameters such as computation and communication costs. The primary emphasis of this paper is on the taxonomy of security schemes based conditional privacy-preserving with respect to strengths and limitations. Besides, a comparison between these schemes related to the model of security and privacy requirements, attacks, and performance parameters is provided. Finally, this work discusses the critical review on related works considering the design and development of all VANET security and privacy schemes, this paper could serve as a guide and reference.


Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs); Security; Privacy-preserving; Authentication

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