International Journal of Computer Applications
A great part of the existing tackle Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) has concentrated on tending to the force and computational asset demands of WSN by the configuration of particular steering, MAC, and cross-layer conventions. As of late, there have been increased privacy concerns over the data gathered by and transmitted through WSN. The remote transmission needed by a WSN, and the self-composing nature of its structural engineering, makes privacy assurance for WSN a particularly testing issue. This paper gives a state-of-art review of privacy-preserving strategies for WSN.