Security in Wireless Sensor Networks Based On Service-Oriented Architecture

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Authors: Mohammad Ali Shamalizadeh, Shahaboddin Shamshirband, Mohsen Amiribesheli and Samiria Kalantar

Journal: Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences

Volume: 5(3)

Pages: 694-701

ISSN: 1991-8178

In this article a new security model is introduced in which capabilities (such as loose connections, interactions independent of the technology and platform used among components, gradual development) and the service-oriented architecture, which is a new concept in architecture composed of (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, …) standards, and the security measures of this architecture are used to address shortcomings in the security sections of wireless sensor networks (such as the fact that these sections are not concentrated, they are wireless, their cost cannot be reduced very much, they are dependent on nodes, their nodes perform several functions, etc.) So that a concentrated security system is established in the network and security shortcomings of WSN are reduced.

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