The existing computing models and computing environments have changed immensely due to the rapid advancements in mobile computing, big data, and cyberspace-based supporting technologies such as cloud computing, Internet-of-Things (IoT), blockchain, and other large-scale computing environments. For example, IoT is being employed in more and more fields and is making “Everything Smart,” such as smart home, smart manufacturing, smart city, and smart transportation. While researchers continue to tackle IoT security and privacy, many questions remain open. Further, with the growing adoption of IoT devices, we will see a growth in the number of security and privacy issues.
For another example, as a promising decentralized transaction and data management technology, blockchain shows a great potential to lay new foundations for our socio-economic systems by efficiently reducing cost in organizations, establishing trust among people/machines, and increasing utilization of resources. In recent years, we have witnessed an ever-growing research interest in this field, and the key reason is its essential properties that provide security, anonymity, and data integrity without any third-party organization in control of the transactions. On the other hand, its advance should be further supported with better scalability, privacy, efficiency, flexibility, availability, and higher dependability.
Traditional security techniques are faced with many challenges in these new computing environments. Thus, efforts are needed to explore the security and privacy issues of the above-mentioned new environments within the cyberspace.
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- Access Control and Authentication in New Computing Environments
- Data privacy
- Failure detection and prediction
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- Management of virtualized resources
- Measurement of IoT privacy leakage
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