A smartcard-based user-controlled single sign-on for privacy preservation in 5g-iot telemedicine systems

Tzu Wei Lin, Chien Lung Hsu*, Tuan Vinh Le, Chung Fu Lu, Bo Yu Huang

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Abstract

Healthcare is now an important part of daily life because of rising consciousness of health management. Medical professionals can know users’ health condition if they are able to access information immediately. Telemedicine systems, which provides long distance medical communication and services, is a multi-functional remote medical service that can help patients in bed in long-distance communication environments. As telemedicine systems work in public networks, privacy preservation issue of sensitive and private transmitted information is important. One of the means of proving a user’s identity are user-controlled single sign-on (UCSSO) authentication scheme, which can establish a secure communication channel using authenticated session keys between the users and servers of telemedicine systems, without threats of eavesdropping, impersonation, etc., and allow patients access to multiple telemedicine services with a pair of identity and password. In this paper, we proposed a smartcard-based user-controlled single sign-on (SC-UCSSO) for telemed-icine systems that not only remains above merits but achieves privacy preservation and enhances security and performance compared to previous schemes that were proved with BAN logic and automated validation of internet security protocols and applications (AVISPA).

Original languageEnglish
Article number2880
JournalSensors
Volume21
Issue number8
DOIs
StatePublished - 02 04 2021

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Keywords

  • AVISPA
  • BAN logic
  • Multi-server
  • Single sign-on
  • Telemedicine systems
  • User-controlled

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