Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2018/1171

PwoP: Intrusion-Tolerant and Privacy-Preserving Sensor Fusion

Chenglu Jin and Marten van Dijk and Michael K. Reiter and Haibin Zhang

Abstract: We design and implement, PwoP, an efficient and scalable system for intrusion-tolerant and privacy-preserving multi-sensor fusion. PwoP develops and unifies techniques from dependable distributed systems and modern cryptography, and in contrast to prior works, can 1) provably defend against pollution attacks where some malicious sensors lie about their values to sway the final result, and 2) perform within the computation and bandwidth limitations of cyber-physical systems.

PwoP is flexible and extensible, covering a variety of application scenarios. We demonstrate the practicality of our system using Raspberry Pi Zero W, and we show that PwoP is efficient in both failure-free and failure scenarios.

Category / Keywords: applications / Implementation

Date: received 29 Nov 2018, last revised 6 Dec 2018

Contact author: chenglu jin at uconn edu

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Version: 20181206:192128 (All versions of this report)

Short URL: ia.cr/2018/1171


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