An improvement of NFC-SEC with signed exchanges for an e-prescription-based application

Abstract : In the context of an aging population, drug intake can be a potential source of errors leading to death in some cases. Almost all of these errors are unintentional and come from incorrect prescriptions, unsuitable dosages for the patient or incompatibility with other treatments. To limit these risks which are especially important in the elderly or pre-dependency, we propose a secure system for drug treatment through the NFC (Near Field Communication) contact-less communication technology. The proposed system provides security mechanisms such as integrity, authentication, encryption and non-repudiation. To ensure this security, an extension of the international standard ISO/IED 13157 (NFC-SEC) is proposed to handle electronic signature based on a public key infrastructure.
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Fifth International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services, MobiCASE 2013., Nov 2013, Paris, France. pp.0130
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Mohamad Hamze, Fabrice Peyrard, Emmanuel Conchon. An improvement of NFC-SEC with signed exchanges for an e-prescription-based application. Fifth International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services, MobiCASE 2013., Nov 2013, Paris, France. pp.0130. 〈hal-00946209〉

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