Study of Privacy, Accountability and Ownership in IoT
The Internet facilitates enormous opportunities to modern computing world where not only humans
but also machines even tiny sensing devices can communicate and collaborate with each other.
It is projected that in near future there will be over 50 billions of connected objects that will
create a business of 350 billions of euros. In this landscape, an innovative Internet infrastructure
referred as the Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging as a promising infrastructure, which will be able to
integrate information related to the real world (from objects) and the virtual world (computer applications).
In simple terms, IoT scenarios require integration of several complimentary technologies, where information
related to the real world and the virtual world will be retrieved, combined, processed, analysed, and distributed
anywhere and anytime, providing new and exciting applications, challenges and opportunities.
The objective of this project is aimed at conducting extensive research in the security and privacy issues
in IoT based on collaborative research through the exchanging visits between French researchers and Indian
researchers, supervision of scholars and development of software/hardware modules by their domain expertise for
continuing further research in the area.
Funded by: IFCPAR/CEFIPRA (Indo-French bilateral project) under DST-INRIA-CNRS Targeted Programme.
Duration: 3 years (2016-2019)
Manik Lal Das(DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, India)
Lafourcade Pascal(University Clermont Auvergne, France)
Anish Mathuria(DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, India)
Research Student involved in this project:
Gerard Chalhoub (University Clermont Auvergne, France)
Hardik Gajera [PhD student, DA-IICT]
Nidhi Desai [PhD student, DA-IICT]
Payal Chaudhary [PhD student, DA-IICT]
Dolly Patwa [Master student, DA-IICT]
Shruti Naik [Master student, DA-IICT]
Bultel Xavier [PhD student, LIMOS]
Gerault David [PhD student, LIMOS]
Matthieu Giraud [PhD student, LIMOS]
- Xavier Bultel, Manik Lal Das, Hardik Gajera, David Gerault, Matthieu Giraud, and Pascal Lafourcade. Private Polynomial Evaluation. In Proc. of International Conference on Provable Security (ProvSec 2017), LNCS 10592, Springer, pp. 487-506, China, 2017..
- Payal Chaudhari and Manik Lal Das. A2BSE: Anonymous Attribute Based Searchable Encryption. In Proc. of ISEA Asia Security & Privacy Conference (ISEA Asia S&P 2017), Surat, India, 2017.
- Xavier Bultel, Radu Ciucanu, Matthieu Giraud, and Pascal Lafourcade. Secure Matrix Multiplication with MapReduce. In Proceedings of International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2017), Article No. 11, Italy, 2017.
- Matthieu Giraud, Alexandre Anzala-Yamajako, Olivier Bernard, and Pascal Lafourcade. Practical Passive Leakage-abuse Attacks Against Symmetric Searchable Encryption. In Proceedings of International Conference on Security and Cryptography (SECRYPT 2017), pp. 200-211, Spain, 2017.
- Hardik Gajera, Shruti Naik and Manik Lal Das. On the security of “Verifiable Privacy-preserving Monitoring for Cloud-assisted mHealth Systems”. In Proc. of the International Conference on Information Systems Security (ICISS 2016), LNCS 10063, Springer, pp. 324-335, Jaipur, India, 2016.
Security and Privacy Infrastructure for "Internet Of Things" Scenarios and Applications
The rapid advancement of multi-sensory mobile devices and Internet-enabled "things" equipped with sensors and ubiquitous connectivity opens scope for building smart houses, smart cities,
and green planet using Web services and Internet. Internet of Things (IoT) is a technological vision aimed at building the smart societies. Security is an important concern in IoT infrastructure,
where intelligent things cooperatively interact with each other using Web services and Internet. The objective of this project was to conduct research and development in security and privacy infrastructure for IoT.
Funded by: Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India (in collaboration with Ministry of Science and Innovation, Govt. of Spain)
Duration: 3 Years (2010-2013).
- DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, India [PI: Manik Lal Das, Co-PI: Anish Mathuria]
- University of Malaga, Spain [PI: Javier Lopez, Co-PI: Rodrigo Roman]
Research Student worked in this project:
Sarita Agrawal [PhD student, DA-IICT]
Rodrigo Roman [Post Doc, Univ. of Malaga]
Pablo Najera [PhD, Univ. of Malaga]
- Sarita Agrawal, Rodrigo Roman, Manik Lal Das, Anish Mathuria, Javier Lopez. A Novel Key Update Protocol in Mobile Sensor Networks. In proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems Security (ICISS 2012), LNCS 7671, Springer, pp.194-207, 2012.
- Renu Aggarwal, Manik Lal Das. RFID security in the context of "internet of things". In proceedings of International Conference on Security of Internet of Things (SECURIT 2012) ACM Press, pp.51-56, 2012.
- C. Anudeep and Manik Lal Das. An Improved Scheme for False Data Filtering in Wireless Sensor Networks. In proceedings of the International Conference on Distributed Computing and Internet Technologies (ICDCIT 2012), LNCS 7154, Springer, pp.62-70, 2012.
- Manik Lal Das. Grids Security without Public Key Settings. In proceedings of the International Conference on Distributed Computing and Internet Technologies (ICDCIT 2012), LNCS 7154, Springer, pp.253-254, 2012.
- Sarita Agrawal and Manik Lal Das. Internet Of Things - a paradigm shift for future Internet. In proceedings of the International Conference on Current Trends in Technology, IEEE Xplore, 2012.
- Manik Lal Das. Strong Security and Privacy of RFID System for "Internet of Things" Infrastructure. In proceedings of International Conference on Security, Privacy, and Applied Cryptography Engineering (SPACE 2013), LNCS 8204, Springer, pp. 56-69, 2013.
Security proofs and multidisciplinary evaluation for dynamic hierarchical key assignment schemes.
Funded by: Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India (in collaboration with Japan Science & Technology (JST))
Guration: 3 Years (2009-2012).
Research Student worked in this project:
- DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, India [PI: Anish Mathuria; Co-PI: Manik Lal Das]
- University of Tokyo, Japan [PI: Kanta matsuura; Co-PI: Takurou Hosoi[
Naveen Kumar [PhD student, DA-IICT]
Anil Kumar Mundra [PhD student, DA-IICT]
Takurou Hosoi [PhD student, Univ. of Tokyo]