Cross-object information security: a study on new generation encryption
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CitationŞahinaslan, Ö., Şahinaslan, E. (2019). cross-object information security: a study on new generation encryption. International Conference of Mathematical Sciences. s. 030034(1)-030034(4).
Research in the Internet of Things (IoT) is increasing the studies in security and privacy aspects. IoT applications is expected to have difficulties in security and privacy issues in the near future. Speed improvement of quantum computers threatens the crypto algorithms used. 6WURQJ0DWKHPDWLFVHQFU\SWLRQDOJRULWKPVLQWRGD\¶VZRUOG can cause weaknesses later. They can be solved by the computers which have large enough transaction volume in the labs. Changes in technology require the change in approaches to security solutions. Smart objects can be managed over the network, including critical applications. The basis of security on data lies in the science of cryptography. Privacy and fidelity of data collected over IoT and its accurate transmission are very important. This study provides an approach on reliability of next-generation encryption algorithm in the context of REMHFWV¶UHODWLYLW\
SourceInternational Conference of Mathematical Sciences
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