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DSCC 2016 : Call for Book Chapter Proposals (Deadline Extension) - Data Security in Cloud Computing


When Mar 27, 2016 - Mar 27, 2016
Where New Zealand
Submission Deadline Mar 27, 2016
Categories    cloud computing   cloud security   data security

Call For Papers

Call for Book Chapter Proposals - Data Security in Cloud Computing

Data Security in Cloud Computing
(A copy of this CfCP can be found at
Cloud computing is transforming the way we view and perform computing. Many organizations have already embraced this paradigm of a centralized cloud, due to its benefits of economy, reliability, scalability and guaranteed quality of service among others. These benefits however are traded with the control of data, since data is stored, computed upon and accessed on the cloud, away from the premises of the data owner and the data user. This loss of control of data gives rise to a number of challenging data security issues, ranging from accountability, to data provenance, to identity and risk management among others. These issues have the capability to determine how effective and widespread cloud computing of the next generation is going to be and their solutions can push us into the right directionction.
The book intends to provide the reader with a coverage of a wide range of issues on data security in cloud computing. It will cover issues directly related to various aspects of data security in cloud computing, along with a selection of topics on emerging technologies. The book will be published by Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
Section 1: Data-at-Rest
1. Secure data sharing in cloud
2. Remote data integrity check for auditing in cloud
3. Data leakage in cloud
4. Data loss/resilience in cloud
5. Access control of encrypted data in cloud
Section 2: Data-in-Transit
1.         Secure information flow in and out of clouds
2.         Emerging cloud encryption technologies
Section 3: Data-in-Processing
1.         Accountability of data in cloud
2.         Secure and privacy preserving computation in cloud
3.       Secure virtual environments
Section 4: Data Provenance
1.        Provenance of data in cloud
2.        Security attribution in and across clouds
3.        Identity management in federated clouds
Section 5: Governance, Risk, Compliance
1.        Risk management in clouds
2.        Cloud data governance
3.        Data privacy legislation and integration with technologies
Section 6: Data Security Challenges in Emerging Technologies
1.        Bring your own device
2.        Internet of Things
3.        Cyber-physical systems
4.        Vehicular ad hoc networks

Chapter Proposals
Prospective authors must submit their chapter proposals in pdf format to  with the following information:
1. Chapter Title
2. Author Names, Affiliations
3. Author Emails
4. Book Section/ Topic Addressed (If this is not in the list above, please suggest)
5. Chapter Extended Abstract (300 words maximum)
6. Chapter Sections/ Chapter Outline (in bullet-point form)
7. Author Biography and Relevant Experience (100 words maximum)
While this is a call for proposals, completed chapter manuscripts are also welcome.
Submission of Manuscripts for Approved Proposals
After their proposals are approved, prospective authors will be invited to submit their manuscripts electronically. Submitted manuscripts will undergo a single-blind peer-review process. To ensure the quality of accepted manuscripts, each manuscript is typically reviewed by at least two independent expert reviewers. Only accepted peer-reviewed manuscripts will be published.
Submitted manuscripts should conform to the standard guidelines of the IET book chapter format, which can be downloaded from here. Manuscripts that do not follow the formatting rules will be ignored. Manuscripts should also be written in a way that it is teaching a topic, and not just pure academic reports of research work or proposals. Vendor neutrality must be observed in the manuscripts. Survey papers of the above topics are welcome.   
IMPORTANT DATES (Deadline Extension)
• Chapter proposal due:        13 March 2016 —) 27 March 2016
• Book chapter submission:     31 July 2016 —) 28 August 2016
• Authors’ notification:         19 September 2016 —) 3 October 2016
• Chapter Camera ready version:    December 2016
• Estimated publication:        September 2017
Dr. Vimal Kumar                
University of Waikato, New Zealand        
Dr. Ryan Ko                    
University of Waikato, New Zealand            
Dr. Sivadon Chaisiri                
University of Waikato, New Zealand           

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