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Tenth International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2016)
Title: Reasoning About Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing Under a Unified Meta-Model
Author(s): Argyri Pattakou, Christos Kalloniatis, Stefanos Gritzalis
Keywords: cloud, privacy, security, requirements
Abstract: Last decade, cloud computing presents a rapid growth as an increasing number of individuals, private and public organizations tend to adopt cloud technologies for storing their data or providing their services. However, due to the fact that migration into cloud in most cases implies that data subjects’ lose control of their data, many people and several scientists raise issues about data security and privacy in a cloud infrastructure. However most of the research efforts presented so far are dealing with either security or privacy protection in the cloud. Raising the trustworthiness of a cloud service provided requires both the satisfaction of the security on the cloud assets as well as the privacy protection of the end users. This paper is focusing on this direction by presenting a conceptual meta-model taking into account the security and privacy concepts that need to be considered when designing cloud services or migrating services to the cloud. This paper is the first step towards the development of a framework that will holistically deal with security and privacy under a unified language thus assisting software engineers on modeling secure and privacy aware services into the cloud.
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