Secure Consensus-based Time Synchronization in WSNs
Time synchronization is a fundamental service for various applications in wireless sensor networks. The recent consensus-based time synchronization protocols have provided fast convergence rate and high synchronization precision, but are still vulnerable to different malicious attacks. In this talk, we focus on how to defend the consensus-based time synchronization in wireless sensor networks under message manipulation attacks. We propose novel defense mechanisms to achieve secure distributed time synchronization. Furthermore, we prove that the protocols guarantee the network time synchronization with fast converging speed.
Peng Cheng received the B.E. degree in Automation, and the Ph.D. degree in Control Science and Engineering in 2004 and 2009 respectively, both from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Currently he is Professor with College of Control Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University. He has been Associate Editor of Wireless Networks, and International Journal of Communication Systems, and Guest Editor of IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems. He served as the local arrangement co-chair for ACM MobiHoc 2015, and the publicity co-chair for IEEE MASS 2013. His research interests include networked sensing and control, cyber-physical-social systems, control system security.
Nikolaos Freris, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NYU Abu Dhabi
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