David Airehrour is a PhD student at the Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand. He received his BSc and MSc degree in Computer Science from the University of Benin and the Bayero University, Nigeria respectively. His current research focuses on secure trust-based routing for Internet of Things, attacks mitigation in sensor networks and trusted routing for sensor networks. His other research interests include mobile computing, network security, wireless sensor networks, information processing and trust management.
A Cluster-Driven Energy Routing Protocol for Optimal Network Lifetime in Ad Hoc Networks
JTDE - Vol 7, No 2 - June 2019
A Trust-based Defence Scheme
AJTDE - Vol 6, No 1 - February 2018
A Trust-Aware RPL Routing Protocol to Detect Blackhole and Selective Forwarding Attacks
AJTDE - Vol 5, No 1 - February 2017