Duration: January 2018 – August 2018
University: Concordia University of Edmonton
Present position: Information Systems and Security Professional
Project/Thesis Title: Enhancing Authentication and Key Agreement Procedure in 5G Mobile Network Using Geo-Encryption Technique
Abstract: Most of the common types of security attacks on mobile networks occur during the authentication between security entities. Thus, this authentication is a very important procedure. This research would aim to enhance the Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) process in 5G mobile networks and overcome some of its security issues by applying a mechanism called Geo-Encrypted and Authentication and Key Agreement (GE-AKA). This mechanism is based on AES-GEDTD (updated Geo-Encryption technique), which is the most efficient and updated geo-encryption technique for mobile communications.