A survey on security and privacy issues in IoV

Tanvi Garg, Navid Kagalwalla, Prathamesh Churi, Ambika Pawar, Sanjay Deshmukh


As an up-and-coming branch of the internet of things, internet of vehicles (IoV) is imagined to fill in as a fundamental information detecting and processing platform for astute transportation frameworks. Today, vehicles are progressively being associated with the internet of things which empower them to give pervasive access to data to drivers and travelers while moving. Be that as it may, as the quantity of associated vehicles continues expanding, new prerequisites, (for example, consistent, secure, vigorous, versatile data trade among vehicles, people, and side of the road frameworks) of vehicular systems are developing. Right now, the unique idea of vehicular specially appointed systems is being changed into another idea called the internet of vehicles (IoV). We talk about the issues faced in implementing a secure IoV architecture. We examine the various challenges in implementing security and privacy in IoV by reviewing past papers along with pointing out research gaps and possible future work and putting forth our on inferences relating to each paper.


Internet of Vehicles; Security; Privacy; Authentication

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v10i5.pp5409-5419

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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