Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Secure Cloud Computing (Free PDF)

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Cloud computing continues to experience a rapid proliferation because of its potential advantages with respect to ease of deploying required computing capacity as needed and at a much lower cost than running an owned computing infrastructure. However, the lack of ownership brings in myriad security and privacy challenges that are quite difficult to resolve. The purpose of this book is to provide a state-of the-art coverage of the techniques to address these issues at all levels of the stack ranging from hardware mechanisms to application level techniques. It is hoped that the book will be useful to researchers, practitioners, and students in further research on the subject and the implementation of the techniques in real-life systems.

The term cloud computing has been used for a variety of distributed computing environments including some traditional ones. For example, a computing infrastructure owned by the organization is often referred to as a “private cloud”, which may or may not be any different from a traditional virtualized data center owned by the organization. The distinction may come if multiple entities or departments within the organization share the same infrastructure, but have their own privacy, information sensitivity, and security concerns. In contrast, a “public cloud” refers to a facility owned and operated by a separate entity and available for use by any organization or individual. Ownership and operation models in between these extremes are also possible, such as a cloud intended for use by enterprises that provides more restrictive use policies, tighter security, higher availability, etc. than public clouds. Such “community clouds” have domain specific characteristics, capabilities, and vulnerabilities different from private or public clouds.

1. Cryptographic Key Management Issues and Challenges in Cloud Services
2. Costs and Security in Clouds
3. Hardware-Enhanced Security for Cloud Computing
4. Cloud Computing Security: What Changes with Software-Defined Networking?
5. Proof of Isolation for Cloud Storage
6. Selective and Fine-Grained Access to Data in the Cloud
7. Enabling Collaborative Data Authorization Between Enterprise Clouds
8. Making Query Execution Over Encrypted Data Practical
9. Privacy-Preserving Keyword Search Over Encrypted Data in Cloud Computing
10. Towards Data Confidentiality and a Vulnerability Analysis Framework for Cloud Computing
11. Securing Mission-Centric Operations in the Cloud
12. Computational Decoys for Cloud Security
13. Towards a Data-Centric Approach to Attribution in the Cloud
14. Software Cruising: A New Technology for Building Concurrent SoftwareMonitor
15. Controllability and Observability of Risk and Resilience in Cyber-Physical Cloud Systems

Author Details
"Sushil Jajodia"

"Krishna Kant"

"Pierangela Samarati"

"Anoop Singhal"

"Vipin Swarup"

"Cliff Wang"

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