2016-04-20Konferenzveröffentlichung DOI: 10.18452/1432
Using Searchable Encryption to Protect Privacy in Connected Cars
Providing vehicles with extended connectivity introduces new opportunities for services, and also security applications such as misbehavior detection. However, for many applications, personal data needs to be processed by the system providers, which impairs the privacy of the vehicle users. While focusing our research on new possibilities of connected car security, we follow privacy by design principles. We explore the utilisation of various privacy-enhancing technologies (PET) in order to provide advanced connected car applications, while preserving the personal data of the vehicle users. Specifically, we aim to develop practical schemes that utilise Searchable Encryption to provide a framework for secure and privacypreserving connected car applications.
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