Visible to the public A Secure Service Discovery Scheme for Mobile ad hoc Network using Artificial Deep Neural Network

TitleA Secure Service Discovery Scheme for Mobile ad hoc Network using Artificial Deep Neural Network
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsIslam, Noman
Conference Name2019 International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT)
KeywordsAd Hoc Network Security, agent based secure service discovery scheme, agent-based cross-layer, artificial deep neural network, compositionality, cross-layer discovery, improved security, MANET, manet privacy, Metrics, mobile ad hoc network, mobile ad hoc networks, neural nets, numerous security challenges, pubcrawl, QoS, quality of service, Resiliency, Routing protocols, security, security information, service discovery, service discovery operation, service discovery process, service providers, software agents, telecommunication computing, telecommunication security

In this paper, an agent-based cross-layer secure service discovery scheme has been presented. Service discovery in MANET is a critical task and it presents numerous security challenges. These threats can compromise the availability, privacy and integrity of service discovery process and infrastructure. This paper highlights various security challenges prevalent to service discovery in MANET. Then, in order to address these security challenges, the paper proposes a cross-layer, agent based secure service discovery scheme for MANET based on deep neural network. The software agents will monitor the intrusive activities in the network based on an Intrusion Detection System (IDS). The service discovery operation is performed based on periodic dissemination of service, routing and security information. The QoS provisioning is achieved by encapsulating QoS information in the periodic advertisements done by service providers. The proposed approach has been implemented in JIST/ SWANS simulator. The results show that proposed approach provides improved security, scalability, latency, packet delivery ratio and service discovery success ratio, for various simulation scenarios.

Citation Keyislam_secure_2019