Cloud computing has recently emerged as a new information technology infrastructure. Cloud computing has unique attributes that raise many security and privacy challenges in areas such as data security, recovery, and privacy, as well as legal issues in areas such as regulatory compliance and auditing. In contrast to traditional enterprise IT solutions, where the IT services are under proper physical, logical and personnel controls, cloud computing moves the application software and databases to the servers in large data centers on the Internet, where the management of the data and services are not fully trustworthy. When clients store their data on the server without themselves possessing a copy of it, how the integrity of the data can be ensured if the server is not fully trustworthy? Will encryption solve the data confidentiality problem of sensitive data? How will encryption affect dynamic data operations such as query, insertion, modification, and deletion? Data in the cloud is typically in a shared environment alongside data from other clients. How the data segregation should be done, while data are stored, transmitted, and processed? Due to the fundamental paradigm shift in cloud computing, many security concerns have to be better understood, unanticipated vulnerabilities identified, and viable solutions to critical threats devised, before the wide deployment of cloud computing techniques can take place.
Authors are invited to submit either Research Papers or Position Papers or both. Position Papers that define new problems in cloud computing security or provide visions and clarifications of cloud computing security are solicited. Regular Research Papers that present novel research results on security and privacy in cloud computing, and Short Research Papers that describe work-in-progress ideas are also welcome. Research Papers and Position Papers will be reviewed separately.
Manuscript submission: February 17, 2011, 11:59pm, EST, USA (extended deadline)
Paper SubmissionForm of Manucript: All paper submissions should follow the IEEE 8.5" x 11" Two-Column Format. Regular Research Paper submission can have 10 pages plus up to 2 over-length pages. If the paper is accepted for publication, an over-length fee will be charged to each of the over-length pages, at $200 per page in the final camera-ready version. Position Papers and Short Research Papers, on the other hand, are allowed to be up to 5 pages.
Electronic Submission: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icdcsspcc11.
Program Co-chairsMoti Yung, Google Inc.
Xuxian Jiang, North Carolina State University
Kui Ren, Illinois
Institute of Technology
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