"Protocols for Authentication and Key Establishment", written by Colin Boyd, Anish Mathuria and C&O Professor Douglas Stebila, is the latest title in Springer's series on Information Security and Cryptography.
"This book is the most comprehensive and integrated treatment of the protocols required for authentication and key establishment. In a clear, uniform presentation the authors classify most protocols in terms of their properties and resource requirements, and describe all the main attack types, so the reader can quickly evaluate protocols for particular applications. The book is a suitable graduate-level introduction, and reference for researchers and practitioners. In this new edition the authors introduce chapters on computational models for key exchange and authentication, key agreement, the TLS protocol, ID-based protocols, and group key exchange, and throughout the book they report on new developments and updated standards."
Douglas Stebila is an Associate Professor in the C&O department. His research in cryptography focuses on improving the security of Internet cryptography protocols such as SSL/TLS and SSH, and developing practical quantum-resistant cryptosystems. He is also the director of CryptoWorks21, a supplementary program for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows developing next-generation cryptographic tools.