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|Feb 16, 2017 (Thu)||Iraklis Symeonidis
COSIC, KU Leuven, Belgium
|Car sharing without a physical key: a security and privacy perspective||14:00||IB 110|
|Speaker||Iraklis Symeonidis, COSIC, KU Leuven, Belgium|
|Date and time||Feb 16, 2017, 14:00|
|Location||BME, Informatics Building, IB 110|
Abstract: This presentation focuses on key-less car sharing systems enabling users to share their cars conveniently without the need of physical keys. In spite of many advantages, physical key-less car sharing systems come with substantial security and privacy challenges. This work provides a comprehensive security and privacy analysis and proposes a high-level model for such a system. Based on this model, we present a methodological threat analysis of the system. This analysis results in a specification of an extensive set of security and privacy requirements. To fulfill the aforementioned security and privacy requirements, we propose a novel physical key-less car sharing protocol. Within this work, we design a decentralized and Privacy-Enhancing Protocol for (Temporary) Car Access Provision named PePTCAP. PePTCAP uses Multi-Party Computation allowing the generation, update, revocation and distribution of an access token for a car in a privacy-preserving manner. In order to solve disputes and to deal with law enforcement requests, our protocol provides forensic evidence of car incidents based on threshold secret sharing. We perform a complexity and practical efficiency analysis for the Multi-Party Computation elements of PePTCAP under realistic scenarios, which demonstrates the feasibility of our solution.
Short bio: Iraklis Symeonidis is a Ph.D. candidate at COSIC (COmputer Security and Industrial Cryptography) at KU Leuven, Belgium. Within COSIC, he is advised by Prof. Bart Preneel. His research interests fall in the intersection between information privacy and security with a specific focus on Online Social Networks and Connected Cars. Iraklis holds a master’s degree in Digital Systems Security from the University of Piraeus, and an engineering degree in Information and Communication Engineering from the University of the Aegean.