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Routing architecture and security for airborne networks
Author(s): Hongmei Deng; Peng Xie; Jason Li; Roger Xu; Renato Levy
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Paper Abstract

Airborne networks are envisioned to provide interconnectivity for terrestial and space networks by interconnecting highly mobile airborne platforms. A number of military applications are expected to be used by the operator, and all these applications require proper routing security support to establish correct route between communicating platforms in a timely manner. As airborne networks somewhat different from traditional wired and wireless networks (e.g., Internet, LAN, WLAN, MANET, etc), security aspects valid in these networks are not fully applicable to airborne networks. Designing an efficient security scheme to protect airborne networks is confronted with new requirements. In this paper, we first identify a candidate routing architecture, which works as an underlying structure for our proposed security scheme. And then we investigate the vulnerabilities and attack models against routing protocols in airborne networks. Based on these studies, we propose an integrated security solution to address routing security issues in airborne networks.

Paper Details

Date Published: 29 April 2009
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 7350, Defense Transformation and Net-Centric Systems 2009, 735008 (29 April 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.819042
Show Author Affiliations
Hongmei Deng, Intelligent Automation, Inc. (United States)
Peng Xie, Intelligent Automation, Inc. (United States)
Jason Li, Intelligent Automation, Inc. (United States)
Roger Xu, Intelligent Automation, Inc. (United States)
Renato Levy, Intelligent Automation, Inc. (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 7350:
Defense Transformation and Net-Centric Systems 2009
Raja Suresh, Editor(s)

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