SECURITY ISSUES IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS – AN OVERVIEW
Keywords:Wireless detector networks; security; WSN; barrier coverage; intrusion detection system; IDS.
A wireless sensor network (WSN) is a spatially distributed autonomous sensor to monitor and cooperatively report information about physical or environmental conditions, such as temperature, sound, pressure, etc. through the network to a server machine. WSNs are typically enforced for assembling data from insecure surroundings. Nearly all security protocols for WSN believe that the unwelcome person is able to do entirely management over a detector node by manner of direct physical access. The looks of detector networks together of the most technology within the future has display numerous challenges to researchers. The challenges thrown by WSNs are distinctive given their delicate design and scant resources. Even supposing security for wireless networks has been a wide researched space for several decades, security for WSNs continues to be a serious roadblock for his or her potency and performance.
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