Vehicular Network Security

Topic: Vehicular Network Security

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has proposed a rule mandating vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications to lessen crash risks. More vehicles are expected to be outfitted with dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) technology, which will enable vehicles to communicate with each other and an intelligent infrastructure. As such, connected vehicles form physical networks where links are derived from physical proximity. At the same time, occupants (i.e., passengers and drivers) are members of various social networks. Vehicles traveling together are part of networks of convoy and platoons connected via cellular networks.

Consider an urban area with 2-4 adjacent intersections. Consider a dozen or so vehicles going about their morning rush hour with a few VIP occupied vehicles requiring the highest level of privacy. Enumerate and discuss topmost security vulnerabilities.

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Vehicles vehicular network security concerns.

You must use multiple, fully published sources and cite them all.

Include a set of references at the end of the report.

Your references must have complete details including authors, date, title, book, conference, or journal details, and a legal publisher.

Do not give links or silly sources like “google” or “Wikipedia” as your reference.

All in-text citations and discussions to references must correspond 1-1


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