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Security Designs for the Cloud, IoT, and Social Networking

Dac-Nhuong Le Chintan Bhatt Mani Madhukar

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John Wiley & Sons Inc
24 September 2019
Security concerns around the rapid growth and variety of devices that are controlled and managed over the Internet is an immediate potential threat to all who own or use them. This book examines the issues surrounding these problems, vulnerabilities, what can be done to solve the problems, investigating the roots of the problems and how programming and attention to good security practice can combat the threats today that are a result of lax security processes on the Internet of Things, cloud computing and social media.
Edited by:   Dac-Nhuong Le, Chintan Bhatt, Mani Madhukar
Imprint:   John Wiley & Sons Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 263mm,  Width: 178mm,  Spine: 22mm
Weight:   738g
ISBN:   9781119592266
ISBN 10:   1119592267
Pages:   300
Publication Date:   24 September 2019
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified
List of Figures xv List of Tables xix Foreword xxi Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxv Acronyms xxvii Part I Security Designs for the Cloud Network 1 Encryption Algorithm for Data Security in Cloud Computing 3 Anindita Desarkar, Ajanta Das 1.1 Introduction 4 1.2 Related Work 4 1.3 Cloud Computing - A Brief Overview 5 1.3.1 Essential Characteristics 5 1.3.2 Layers of Cloud Computing 6 1.3.3 Cloud Deployment Models 7 1.4 Data Security in Cloud Storage 7 1.4.1 Security Issues in Cloud 7 1.4.2 Symmetric Encryption Algori 8 1.4.3 Asymmetric Encryption Algorithms 12 1.4.4 Security Enhancement in Cloud Using Encryption Algorithms: Observations 15 1.5 Comparison of Encryption Algorithms 16 1.6 Performance Analysis of Encryption Algorithms in Cloud 16 1.7 Conclusion 17 References 17 2 Analysis of Security Issues in Cloud Environment 19 Sushruta Mishra, Nitin Tripathy, Brojo Kishore Mishra, Chandrakanta Mahanty 2.1 An Insight into Cloud Computing 20 2.2 Critical Challenges Concerning Cloud Computing 21 2.2.1 Data Protection 21 2.2.2 Data Recovery and Availability 22 2.2.3 Management Capacities 22 2.2.4 Regulatory and Compliance Restrictions 22 2.3 Basic Models Governing Cloud Computing 22 2.3.1 Cloud Computing Models 23 2.3.2 Security Concerns of Cloud Computing 23 2.4 Security Countermeasures in Cloud Computing 26 2.4.1 Countermeasures for Communication Issues 26 2.4.2 Countermeasures for Architecture Security 26 2.4.3 Countermeasures for Challenges Inherited from Network Concepts 27 2.4.4 Countermeasures for CAS Proposed Threats 28 2.5 Discussion of an Implemented SDN Security Framework 29 2.5.1 System Design 29 2.5.2 Phase 1: User Authentication Phase 30 2.5.3 Phase 2: Controller Assignment Phase 31 2.5.4 Phase 3: Communication Phase 33 2.6 Result Analysis 35 2.6.1 Simulation Environment 35 2.6.2 Analysis of Different Attacks 35 2.6.3 Comparative Analysis 36 2.7 Conclusion 40 References 40 3 Security and Challenges in Mobile Cloud Computing 43 Ankur Dumka, Minakshi Memoria, Alaknanda Ashok 3.1 Introduction 44 3.1.1 Mobile Cloud Computing 44 3.1.2 Internet of Things and Cloud Computing 46 3.2 Literature Review 46 3.3 Architecture of Integration of Mobile Cloud Computing with IoT 46 3.3.1 Infrastructural or Architectural Issues 49 3.3.2 Privacy Issues 52 3.3.3 Compliance Issues 53 3.4 Proposed Preventive Measure for Security in MCC 54 3.5 Conclusion 55 References 55 4 Fog Computing and Its Security Issues 59 Jyotir Moy Chatterjee, Ishaani Priyadarshini, Shankeys, and DacNhuong Le 4.1 Introduction 60 4.2 Current Fog Applications 62 4.2.1 Why Do We Need Fog? 62 4.2.2 What Can We Do with Fog? 63 4.3 Security and Privacy in Fog Computing 66 4.3.1 Trust and Authentication 66 4.3.2 Man-in-the-Middle Attacks (MITM) 66 4.3.3 Network Security 68 4.3.4 Secure Data Storage 69 4.4 Secure and Private Data Computation 69 4.4.1 Privacy 70 4.4.2 Access Control 71 4.4.3 Intrusion Detection 71 4.5 Conclusion 71 References 73 5 Application Safety and Service Vulnerability in Cloud Network 77 Sudipta Sahana, Debabrata Sarddar 5.1 Introduction 78 5.1.1 Introduction to Security Issues in Cloud Service Models 78 5.1.2 Security Issues in SaaS 78 5.1.3 Security Issues in PaaS 79 5.1.4 Security Issues in IaaS 79 5.2 Security Concerns of Cloud Computing 80 5.2.1 Data Breaches 80 5.2.2 Hijacking of Accounts 81 5.2.3 Insider Threat 81 5.2.4 Malware Injection 82 5.2.5 Abuse of Cloud Services 82 5.2.6 Insecure APIs 82 5.2.7 Denial of Service Attacks 83 5.2.8 Insufficient Due Diligence 83 5.2.9 Shared Vulnerabilities 84 5.2.10 Data Loss 84 5.3 Security Tools in Cloud 84 5.3.1 Qualys 85 5.3.2 CipherCloud 85 5.3.3 Okta 86 5.3.4 Skyline Networks 86 5.3.5 Bitglass 86 5.3.6 WhiteHat Security 87 5.3.7 Proofpoint 87 5.3.8 docTrackr 87 5.3.9 Centrify 87 5.3.10 Vaultive 88 5.3.11 Zscaler 88 5.3.12 SilverSky 88 5.4 Cloud Service Vulnerabilities 89 5.4.1 Visibility and Control Reduction at the Consumer End 89 5.4.2 On-Demand SelfService Simplifies Unauthorized Use 89 5.4.3 Web-Based Organization APIs Can Be Compromised 90 5.4.4 Separation among Multi-Tenant Fails 90 5.4.5 Incomplete Data Deletion 90 5.4.6 Stolen Credentials 90 5.4.7 Increased Complexity Strains IT Staff 91 5.4.8 Vendor Lock-In Complicates Moving to Other CSPs 91 5.4.9 Insiders Abuse Authorized Access 91 5.4.10 Stored Data is Lost 92 5.4.11 CSP Supply Chain Can Be Compromised 92 5.4.12 Inadequate Due Diligence Amplifies Cyber Threat 92 5.5 Cloud Computing Security Best Practices 92 5.5.1 Cloud Data Encryption 92 5.5.2 Identity and Access Management 93 5.5.3 Network Segmentation 93 5.5.4 Disaster Recovery 93 5.5.5 Vulnerability Management 93 5.5.6 Monitoring, Altering and Reporting 94 5.6 Conclusion 94 References 94 Part II Security Designs for the Internet of Things and Social Networks 6 IoT Security and Privacy Preservation 99 Bright Keswan, Tarini Ch. Mishra, Ambarish G. Mohapatra, Poonam Keswani 6.1 Introduction 100 6.2 Review of Existing Technology 101 6.3 Research Design 101 6.4 Methodology 103 6.4.1 AWS IoT 103 6.4.2 ARM Mbed IoT 104 6.4.3 Azure IoT Suite 106 6.5 Implication and Findings 106 6.5.1 Ethical 106 6.5.2 Legal 107 6.5.3 Social 107 6.6 Future Scope 108 6.7 Conclusion 108 References 109 7 Automation Movie Recommender System Based on Internet of Things and Clustering 113 Lalit Mohan Goyal, Mamta Mittal, Asheesh Sharma 7.1 Introduction 114 7.2 Background 115 7.2.1 Characteristics of IoT 115 7.2.2 Evolution of IoT 115 7.2.3 Trends in IoT 116 7.2.4 Requirements of IoT 116 7.2.5 IoT Elements 116 7.2.6 Architecture of IoT 117 7.2.7 Application Domain of IoT 117 7.2.8 IoT Technology 119 7.2.9 The Present and Future of IoT 121 7.2.10 IoT Challenges 121 7.2.11 Scope of IoT 122 7.3 Related Works 122 7.4 Proposed System 123 7.5 Implementation 124 7.6 Conclusion 127 References 127 8 Societal Implications of Emerging Technologies (SMAC) and Related Privacy Challenges 129 Manikant Roy, Amar Singh, Sukanta Ghosh, Nisha Sethi 8.1 Introduction to Data Analytics 130 8.1.1 Descriptive Analytics 131 8.1.2 Diagnostic Analytics 131 8.1.3 Prescriptive Analytics 131 8.1.4 Exploratory Analytics 132 8.1.5 Predictive Analytics 133 8.1.6 Mechanistic, Causal and Inferential Analytics 133 8.2 Privacy Concerns Related to Use of Data Analytics 133 8.2.1 Immoral Actions Based on Analyses 133 8.2.2 Discrimination 134 8.2.3 Privacy Breaches 134 8.2.4 Inaccuracy of Data Analytics 134 8.2.5 E-Discovery Angst 134 8.2.6 Understanding Cloud Basics 134 8.3 Issues 137 8.3.1 Challenges 137 8.3.2 Services of Cloud 137 8.4 Social Media 138 8.4.1 Introduction 138 8.4.2 Societal Implication of Social Network 139 8.5 Conclusion 139 References 140 9 Implementation of REST Architecure-Based Energy-Efficient Home Automation System 143 Shankey Garg, Jyotir Moy Chatterjee, Dac-Nhuong Le 9.1 Introduction 144 9.2 Related Work 144 9.3 RESTful Web Server 144 9.4 Why and How REST is More Suitable for IoT 145 9.5 Architecture of Arduino-Based Home Automation System 146 9.6 Implementation Details 146 9.7 Why Arduino? 147 9.8 Result Analysis 147 9.8.1 Power Consumption without Automation 148 9.8.2 Power Consumption with IoT 148 9.8.3 Total Power Consumption Analysis 149 9.9 Conclusion and Future Scope 150 References 151 10 The Vital Role of Fog Computing in Internet of Things 153 Vikram Puri, Jolanda G Tromp, Chung Van Le, Nhu Gia Nguyen, Dac-Nhuong Le 10.1 Introduction 154 10.2 Related Studies 155 10.3 IoT Principles and Applications 156 10.4 Different IoT Domains 157 10.4.1 Autonomous Cars 157 10.4.2 Healthcare 157 10.4.3 Smart Home 158 10.4.4 Industry 4.0 158 10.5 Issues in Fog Computing Regarding Security and Privacy 158 10.5.1 Authentication 159 10.5.2 Trust 160 10.5.3 Attacks 160 10.5.4 End User Privacy 160 10.5.5 Secure Communication between Fog Nodes 161 10.6 Conclusion 161 References 161 Part III Security Designs for Solutions and Applications 11 The Role of Information-Centric Security in the Modern Arena of Information Technology 167 Sushree Bibhuprada, Dac-Nhuong Le, B. Priyadarshini 11.1 Introduction 168 11.2 Complete Solution to Data Security 169 11.2.1 Confidentiality 169 11.2.2 Integrity 169 11.2.3 Availability 170 11.3 Intrusion Detection and Security 170 11.3.1 Divergent Type of Intrusion Detection System 170 11.3.2 Potentiality of Intrusion Detection Systems 172 11.3.3 Advantage of Intrusion Detection Systems 173 11.4 IPS vs. IDS 173 11.5 Relevant Methods to Increase Data Safety 174 11.5.1 Limit Data Access 174 11.5.2 Identification of Sensitive Data 174 11.5.3 Pre-Planned Data Security Policy 175 11.5.4 Strong and Different Passwords for Every Department 175 11.5.5 Regular Data Backup and Update 175 11.6 Conclusion 175 References 176 12 Enabling Mobile Technology for Healthcare Service Improvements 179 Bhumi Dobaria, Chintan Bhatt 12.1 Introduction 180 12.1.1 Healthcare System in India 180 12.1.2 What is mHealth? 180 12.1.3 Worldwide mHealth Scenario 181 12.1.4 mHealth and Its Scope in India 181 12.2 System Design 182 12.2.1 Application Server 183 12.2.2 File System 183 12.2.3 Client 183 12.3 Result Analysis 183 12.4 Conclusion 188 References 189 13 Optimization of Ontology-Based Clinical Pathways and Incorporating Differential Privacy in the Healthcare System 191 Soumya Banerjee, Rachid Benlamri, Samia Bouzefrane 13.1 Introduction 192 13.2 Ontological Structure of Clinical Pathways 194 13.3 Proposed Model 195 13.3.1 Elements of Optimization in CP 196 13.3.2 Functional Model of Differential Privacy 196 13.3.3 About the Data Visualization 199 13.3.4 Validation of Results 199 13.4 Conclusion and Further Scope of Research 202 References 203 14 Advancements and Applications in Fog Computing 207 Sumit Bansal, Mayank Aggarwal, Himanshu Aggarwal 14.1 Introduction 208 14.1.1 Cloud Computing 208 14.1.2 Internet of Things 208 14.1.3 Fog Computing 209 14.2 Fog Computing Architecture 210 14.2.1 Features of Fog Computing 210 14.2.2 Architecture of Fog Computing 211 14.2.3 Components of Fog Computing 212 14.3 Communication in Fog Computing 214 14.3.1 Communication Steps 214 14.3.2 Discovery and Detection of ICOs 214 14.3.3 Models of Communication 215 14.3.4 Communication Protocols 215 14.3.5 Communication Protocol Requirements 216 14.3.6 Methods of Data Collection 216 14.4 Application or Programming Models 218 14.4.1 Sense-Process-Actuate Model 218 14.4.2 Stream Processing Model 218 14.4.3 Benefits of Fog over Cloud Computing 219 14.4.4 Simulator Tool 220 14.5 Simulation-Based Experiments 221 14.6 Scheduling 225 14.6.1 Classification of Scheduling 225 14.6.2 Need for Scheduling 225 14.6.3 Existing Scheduling Algorithms 226 14.7 Challenges in Fog Computing 227 14.7.1 Connectivity Challenges 227 14.7.2 Context Awareness 227 14.7.3 Data Handling 228 14.7.4 Security 228 14.7.5 Privacy 229 14.7.6 Pluggable Architecture 229 14.7.7 Sustainability 229 14.7.8 Network and Storage 230 14.8 Use Case Scenarios 230 14.8.1 Smart Home 230 14.8.2 Smart Rail 232 14.8.3 Smart Healthcare 233 14.8.4 Smart Agriculture 234 14.8.5 Future Applications 235 14.9 Emerging Trends 236 14.10 Conclusion 236 References 237 15 Taxonomy of Cyber-Physical Social Systems in Intelligent Transportation 241 Dhiraj, Anil Saini 15.1 Introduction 242 15.2 General Overview of CPSS in Intelligent Transportation 243 15.2.1 What is CPS? 243 15.2.2 Transition from CPS to CPSS 243 15.2.3 CPSS in Transportation 244 15.3 Conceptual Framework of CPSS in Transportation 244 15.4 Research Challenges 248 15.5 Discussion and Conclusion 248 References 249 16 Cyberspace for Smart Parenting with Sensors 253 Alok Ranjan Prusty 16.1 Background 254 16.2 Internet of Things 254 16.2.1 Machine to Machine 255 16.2.2 Smart Wearables 255 16.2.3 Smart Parenting 256 16.2.4 Accelerometer Sensor 257 16.2.5 Pulse Sensor 257 16.3 Project 257 16.4 Steps and Working Principle 259 16.5 Result and Analysis 260 16.6 Conclusions 262 References 262

Dac-Nhuong Le obtained his PhD in computer science from Vietnam National University, Vietnam in 2015. He is Deputy-Head of Faculty of Information Technology, Haiphong University, Vietnam. His area of research includes: evaluation computing and approximate algorithms, network communication, security and vulnerability, network performance analysis and simulation, cloud computing, IoT and image processing in biomedicine. He has more than 50 publications and edited/authored 15 computer science books. Chintan Bhatt is an Assistant Professor of U & P U Patel Department of Computer Engineering at Charotar University of Science and Technology, India. He completed his PhD in Computer Science in 2019 and his research interests include data mining, software engineering, networking, big data, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile computing. Mani Madhukar has 15+ years of experience in computer science with exposure to both IT industry and academia and his current position is as Program Manager-University Relations at IBM India Pvt. Ltd. His education background includes a doctorate in Computer Engineering and Executive program in Management from McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia, USA. He has worked in various roles across different technologies including blockchain, cloud, data science, IBM Watson and Internet of Things. He represents IBM in various national and international forums as technical expert /panelist on various technologies.

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