May 13, 2024, 4:11 a.m. | Attila A. Yavuz, Saleh Darzi, Saif E. Nouma

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arXiv:2311.18674v3 Announce Type: replace
Abstract: The Medical Internet of Things (MIoT) harbors resource-limited medical embedded devices that collect security-sensitive data from users for analysis, monitoring, and diagnosis. Digital signatures play a foundational role in ensuring the authentication and integrity of this sensitive medical information, critical for the trustworthiness of MIoT applications. However, traditional signatures used in current IoT systems may lack the necessary long-term security and are vulnerable to emerging quantum computer threats. NISt's PQC standards impose heavy overhead unsuitable …

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