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Design and Analysis of Security Protocol for Communication (2020)

Design and Analysis of Security Protocol for Communication

English | ISBN: 1119555647 | 2020 | 368 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

The book combines analysis and comparison of various security protocols such as HTTP, SMTP, RTP, RTCP, FTP, UDP for mobile or multimedia streaming security protocol.

Over the past few decades, digital communication has grown by leaps and bounds. The expanding use of the internet in our day-to-day lives has resulted in a six-fold increase in the number of internet users in the past two decades alone, leading to an evolution of technologies for home use such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, big data analytics and machine learning. However, insecurity or loss of information continues to be a major concern with multiple cases across the globe of breach of information or platforms leading to loss of data, money, faith and much more.

There are many different security protocols for various types of applications of the internet like email, web browsing, webchat, video streaming, cloud-based communication, closed group communication, banking transactions, e-commerce and many more both at network level and user end. Security has evolved to counter many kinds of attacks like intrusion, manipulation, spoofing and so on, for which techniques like cryptography, message digest, digital signature, steganography, watermarking, time stamping, access control, etc., have been incorporated into various layers of communication, resulting in protocols like HTTP, SMTP, RTP, RTCP, FTP, UDP and many more.

The 16 chapters in this book, all written by subject matter experts, analyze and compare the various protocols which might act as a Mobile Communication Security Protocol or Multimedia Streaming Security Protocol. The main goal of the book is to help the engineer proper utilize the correct security application for the application at hand.


Research scholars and engineers working in the area of security protocols for communication will find this book a handy reference guide. Software and hardware engineers, who work specifically in the area of communication protocols, will find this book a useful resource as all the security protocols it covers are compared and compiled in one place, thus ensuring their proper utilization. In addition, graduate and post-graduate students will find this book an ideal guide in courses on electronics and communication engineering, telecommunication engineering, network engineering, computer science and engineering and information technology.