The internet conceptualized new ways of social interaction, activities globally. Internet serves billions of users worldwide. By the end of 2011it is expected that 22% of the world’s population will regularly surf internet. Beside this, internet incorporated high risks for e-users by enabling intruders to gain access via security holes. Network security is a course of action for assuring data from illicit accessing, exploitation, exposure, damage, alteration, or disorders related to the impulsive growth of popularity of e-users. Cellular Automata (CA) has been recommended in favor of the potential usage of data security. Single Electron devices (SED) have unanimously contributed in significant reduction of size of electronic devices and are now weighed up as the best substitute of future device family. Here we address a novel adaptive method to assimilate CA using SED in data security.
Gope, Jayanta; H, Giriprakash; and Sarkar, Subir Kumar
"Cellular Automata Based Data Security Scheme in Computer Network using Single Electron Device,"
International Journal of Computer and Communication Technology: Vol. 1
, Article 3.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijcct/vol1/iss4/3