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: Content-based Encryption












 Content-centric networks have demonstrated an entirely new type of network

topology, which offers a new way to distribute information in the data-driven

network. Unlike the TCP/IP network topology, which is address-driven, content-

centric networks do not require any address. Based on the content-to-consumer

paradigm, content-centric networking architecture was proposed for the content to

be provided efficiently with great convenience to users. As the content-centric

network is not address-driven, when a data packet is delivered it cannot be

encrypted with any encryption key of a node. Therefore, data confidentiality in

content-centric network is a challenging problem. Motivated to solve this problem, I

will introduce a new cryptosystem for content-based encryption, where the

encryption key is associated with the content and present the content-based

encryption scheme (CBE), which is proven to be semantically secure in the random

oracle model. The CBE is applied to construct a secure content delivery protocol in a

content-centric network.




 Professor Yi Mu received his PhD from the Australian National University in 1994. He

is currently a full professor and Director of Centre for Computer and Information

Security Research at University of Wollongong, Australia. He was the Head of School of

Computer Science and Software Engineering at University of Wollongong during 2011-

2015. His current research interest includes cryptography, information security and

quantum cryptography. He has published over 400 research papers, including over 160

journal papers and many papers at top-tier cryptography conferences such as Eurocrypt,

Asiacrypt, PKC, CT-RSA, FSE, etc. He has served as program chair and member of

program committee over 200 conferences including ACM CCS, ESORICS, ACISP, AisaCCS,

etc. and is currently a member of the steering committees of AsiaCCS, CANS and

ProvSec. Professor Yi Mu is the editor-in-chief of International Journal of Applied

Cryptography and serves as associate editor for nine other international journals. He is a

senior member of the IEEE.