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2021-06-30
Ma, Ruhui, Cao, Jin, Feng, Dengguo, Li, Hui, Niu, Ben, Li, Fenghua, Yin, Lihua.  2020.  A Secure Authentication Scheme for Remote Diagnosis and Maintenance in Internet of Vehicles. 2020 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC). :1—7.
Due to the low latency and high speed of 5G networks, the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) under the 5G network has been rapidly developed and has broad application prospects. The Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) committee has taken remote diagnosis as one of the development cores of IoV. However, how to ensure the security of remote diagnosis and maintenance services is also a key point to ensure vehicle safety, which is directly related to the safety of vehicle passengers. In this paper, we propose a secure and efficient authentication scheme based on extended chebyshev chaotic maps for remote diagnosis and maintenance in IoVs. In the proposed scheme, to provide strong security, anyone, such as the vehicle owner or the employee of the Vehicle Service Centre (VSC), must enter the valid biometrics and password in order to enjoy or provide remote diagnosis and maintenance services, and the vehicle and the VSC should authenticate each other to ensure that they are legitimate. The security analysis and performance evaluation results show that the proposed scheme can provide robust security with ideal efficiency.
2020-01-21
Luo, Yurong, Cao, Jin, Ma, Maode, Li, Hui, Niu, Ben, Li, Fenghua.  2019.  DIAM: Diversified Identity Authentication Mechanism for 5G Multi-Service System. 2019 International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC). :418–424.

The future fifth-generation (5G) mobile communications system has already become a focus around the world. A large number of late-model services and applications including high definition visual communication, internet of vehicles, multimedia interaction, mobile industry automation, and etc, will be added to 5G network platform in the future. Different application services have different security requirements. However, the current user authentication for services and applications: Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) suggested by the 3GPP committee, is only a unitary authentication model, which is unable to meet the diversified security requirements of differentiated services. In this paper, we present a new diversified identity management as well as a flexible and composable three-factor authentication mechanism for different applications in 5G multi-service systems. The proposed scheme can provide four identity authentication methods for different security levels by easily splitting or assembling the proposed three-factor authentication mechanism. Without a design of several different authentication protocols, our proposed scheme can improve the efficiency, service of quality and reduce the complexity of the entire 5G multi-service system. Performance analysis results show that our proposed scheme can ensure the security with ideal efficiency.