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Research of Advanced Cyber Security Protocols Using Body Physiological Signals

The security of Implantable Medical Devices (IMDs) is an emerging area in research where classical cryptographic methods are not applicable in IMDs due to limitation of available resources.

This project employs scientific and engineering theories to extract true randomness from body physiological signals, with the aim of developing advanced cryptographic methods for devices with scarce resources.

This is a collaborative project between the University of Gloucestershire and Imperial College, funded by PETRAS hub and InnovativeUK.

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by Dr Hassan Chizari​, Prof Shujun Zhang​ and Dr Paula Thomas​

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This research forms part of the Applied Business and Technology research priority area.