Since the development of Cloud Computing technology has deeply changed not only the development of computer science, but also influenced the way people live. With Cloud-based technology, various kinds of mobile applications to big data based services are provided to accelerate the data oriented services. Today, one of the most promising trends is the Cloud-based solutions for small enterprises to deploy their business on Cloud servers. However, privacy and security issues along with the widely developed Cloud-based services are always becoming an obstacle for the usage of the Cloud services. Also, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) based technologies such as Deep Learning (DL) have brought new challenges to the traditional security and privacy issues on Cloud Computing. IEEE CSCloud 2020 focuses on these two aspects and aims to gather recent achievements in cyber security and cloud computing fields. The conference invites those papers that concentrate on new paradigms, algorithms, and applications in cyber security or cloud computing. We also encourage researchers and practitioners to build up the connections between academia and industry. We aim to collect the latest achievements and exchange research ideas in the domains of intelligent data and security at this academic event.
Joining CSCloud 2020 will be a great opportunity for your to reach academics, professionals, and vendors who have the same research interests as yours. IEEE CSCloud 2020 is the next edition of a series of successful academic events, including CSCloud 2019 (Paris, France), CSCloud 2018 (Shanghai, China), CSCloud 2017 (New York, USA), CSCloud 2016 (Beijing, China), CSCloud 2015 (New York, USA), and CSCloud 2014 (Oxford, UK).
The conference proceedings will be published by IEEE xplore to be indexed by EI Compendex, Web of Science, and Scopus.
This year, we announce IEEE CSCloud Inaugural Technical Excellence Award 2020 to Prof. Bhavani Thuraisingham in recognition for research on integrating Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security and the Cloud.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, this year the IEEE CSCloud/EdgeCom will be a virtual conference online. For more infomartion, please see the Program Page
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