About this event
Existing routing solutions in wired or wireless networks do not appear to be capable of withstanding either
a) adaptive denial of service attacks (i.e., jamming/blocking routing paths used by the algorithm)
b) Byzantine behavior of arbitrary subsets of network nodes (i.e., massive amounts of network nodes, say, 99%, conspire to confuse the remaining reliable 1% of network nodes) We will discuss some recent techniques for handling such attacks in wireless networks.
About the Lecturer:
Baruch Awerbuch is a professor of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. Prior to Hopkins he has been a research associate and faculty at the MIT Laboratory For Computer Science and MIT Mathematics Department. His current research interests are peer-to-peer computing, network security, wireless networks, distributed systems, and combinatorial optimization.
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