The Pre-emptive Authentication Protocol Design and Analysis: Hope for Secure Communication in Societies with Economic Deprivation

By Agozie Eneh and Orhan Gemikonakli.

Published by The Technology Collection

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This paper presents the frameworks for the analysis and design of pre-emptive authentication protocols for securing communications in areas of high risk of crime.

Keywords: Authentication Protocols, Design and Analysis, Economic Deprivation

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 5, pp.35-42. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.094MB).

Mr. Agozie Eneh

Having a computing science background, worked with Computer Systems Associates, Apapa, Lagos for 2 years before proceeding to obtain an MBA in management from the University of Nigeria. Also obtained an MSc with distinction (First class honours) from Middlesex University London. Currently doing a doctoral research in the area of network and distributed systems security with particular emphasis on the design of authentication protocols. Have worked extensively as an executive systems analyst with Softscience Technologies Limited where I also carried several network design and support tasks.

Orhan Gemikonakli

Orhan Gemikonakli was born in Cyprus and went to the Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus, where he studied electrical and electronic engineering and obtained his degree in 1984. Following his graduation, he obtained MSc Electronics and Communications, and PhD in Telecoms from University of London in 1985 and 1990 respectively. He worked there as a post-doctoral research associate before moving to Middlesex University where he is currently a Principal Lecturer in charge of PG programmes. His research interest is in Network Security, and Performance Modelling of Queuing Systems.


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