Information Theoretic Security and Privacy of Information Systems

Cambridge University Press
  • erschienen am 21. Juni 2017
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Gain a solid understanding of how information theoretic approaches can inform the design of more secure information systems and networks with this authoritative text. With a particular focus on theoretical models and analytical results, leading researchers show how techniques derived from the principles of source and channel coding can provide new ways of addressing issues of data security, embedded security, privacy, and authentication in modern information systems. A wide range of wireless and cyber-physical systems is considered, including 5G cellular networks, the Tactile Internet, biometric identification systems, online data repositories, and smart electricity grids. This is an invaluable guide for both researchers and graduate students working in communications engineering, and industry practitioners and regulators interested in improving security in the next generation of information systems.
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  • Großbritannien
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978-1-108-21613-5 (9781108216135)

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Rafael F. Schaefer is an Assistant Professor at the Technische Universitat Berlin, having previously worked at Princeton University, New Jersey. Holger Boche is a Full Professor at the Technische Universitat Munchen, a member of the German Academy of Sciences, and a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He is also a co-editor of Mechanisms and Games for Dynamic Spectrum Allocation (Cambridge, 2013). Ashish Khisti is an Associate Professor and a Canada Research Chair in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. H. Vincent Poor is the Michael Henry Strater University Professor at Princeton University, New Jersey, a member of the US National Academies of Engineering and Sciences, and a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He has co-authored and co-edited several books, including Quickest Detection (Cambridge, 2008) and Smart Grid Communications and Networking (Cambridge, 2012).
Part I. Theoretical Foundations: 1. Effective secrecy: reliability, confusion and stealth Jie Hou, Gerhard Kramer and Matthieu Bloch; 2. Error free perfect secrecy systems Siu-Wai Ho, Terence Chan, Alex Grant and Chinthani Uduwerelle; 3. Secure source coding Paul Cuff and Curt Schieler; 4. Networked secure source coding Kittipong Kittichokechai, Tobias J. Oechtering and Mikael Skoglund; Part II. Secure Communication: 5. Secrecy rate Maximization in Gaussian MIMO wiretap channels Sergey Loyka and Charalambos D. Charalambous; 6. MIMO wire-tap channels Mohamed Nafea and Aylin Yener; 7. MISO wiretap channel with strictly causal CSI: a topological viewpoint Zohaib Hassan Awan and Aydin Sezgin; 8. Physical layer security with delayed, hybrid and alternating channel state knowledge Pritam Mukherjee, Ravi Tandon and Sennur Ulukus; 9. Stochastic orders, alignments, and ergodic secrecy capacity Pin-Hsun Lin and Eduard A. Jorswieck; 10. The discrete memoryless arbitrarily varying wiretap channel Janis Notzel, Moritz Wiese and Holger Boche; 11. Super-activation as a unique feature of secure communication over arbitrarily varying channels Rafael F. Schaefer, Holger Boche and H. Vincent Poor; Part III. Secret Key Generation and Authentication: 12. Multiple secret key generation: information theoretic models and key capacity regions Huishuai Zhang, Yingbin Liang, Lifeng Lai and Shlomo Shamai (Shitz); 13. Secret key generation for physical unclonable functions Michael Pehl, Matthias Hiller and Georg Sigl; 14. Wireless physical layer authentication for the Internet of Things Gianluca Caparra, Marco Centenaro, Nicola Laurenti, Stefano Tomasin and Lorenzo Vangelista; Part IV. Data Systems and Related Applications: 15. Information theoretic analysis of the performance of biometric authentication systems Tanya Ignatenko and Frans M. J. Willems; 16. Joint privacy and security of multiple biometric systems Adina Goldberg and Stark C. Draper; 17. Information-theoretic approaches to privacy-preserving information access and dissemination Giulia Fanti and Kannan Ramchandran; 18. Privacy in the smart grid: information, control and games H. Vincent Poor; 19. Security in distributed storage systems Salim El Rouayheb, Sreechakra Goparaju and Kannan Ramchandran.

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