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Issue No. 02 - March/April (2008 vol. 6)
ISSN: 1540-7993
pp: 72-75
Marco Carvalho , Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
One of the most critical roles security researchers have is keeping up with new technologies and considering the security implications that go along with them—essentially, ensuring that security is "baked in" to new ideas from the earliest possible moment. Because of this, researchers have had significant interest in the field of mobile ad hoc networks (Manets). Such networks are frequently viewed as a key communications technology enabler for network-centric warfare and disaster relief operations, and as the technology matures, Manets are increasingly reaching many other applications in areas such as intelligent transportation systems and fault-tolerant mobile sensor grids. Manets can operate in isolation or in coordination with a wired infrastructure, often through a gateway node participating in both networks for traffic relay. This flexibility, along with their self-organizing capabilities, are some of Manet's biggest strengths, as well as their biggest security weaknesses.
MANETs, mobiler ad hoc networks, warfare, security, Basic Training

M. Carvalho, "Security in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks," in IEEE Security & Privacy, vol. 6, no. , pp. 72-75, 2008.
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