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Our focus in this book has been on security in ad hoc networks As discussed earlier, security of a system can be addressed in a multipronged fashion, the three prongs being prevention, detection, and response We started out by considering the approach of prevention in ad hoc networks This was in the form of the problem of key management Following that we explained the problem of secure routing in ad hoc networks In both these cases, we explained the reasons for adopting a different approach in ad hoc networks for solving these problems This is as compared with similar problems in xed networks We then focused on the detection and recovery aspects in the chapters on intrusion detection and policy management The important problem of location discovery in a secure manner was also addressed We would like to point out here that we have only addressed the tip of the iceberg in this book by considering the basic problems Several advanced problems such as secure group communication, secure time synchronization, secure MAC protocols, interplay of security and performance, trust establishment, management, privacy and so on have not been addressed in this book There are many open problems still in all these areas In addition, we have also not considered in detail mechanisms based on the use of advanced cryptographic primitives such as secret sharing, threshold cryptography, and identity-based systems The basic security problems in MANETs have also been explained in the context of ad hoc and sensor networks Another important application of MANETs which will impact the commercial world is expected to be in the area of vehicular networks We expect this to be a very important future research area Such networks have been garnering a lot of interest recently and are expected to be the subject of increasing attention in the future These networks that allow communication between vehicles as well as between vehicles and the infrastructure are mainly intended to improve traf c safety It is believed that nearly 50 percent of the nearly 43,000 deaths that occur annually on US highways are caused by roadway departure and intersection incidents Similar numbers are also reported for the number of people killed in Europe (http://europaeuint/comm/transport/care/) The annual costs associated with traf c accidents in the United States, including hospital bills and property damage, have been estimated to total about US$1 trillion [172] The number of automobiles in the world is also increasing very rapidly and is disproportionate, especially in some of the developed countries For example, there are about 240 million cars in the United States for a population of about 300 million22 The numbers for Europe are 230 and 740 million, respectively, while for Japan they are 73
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