The 6th IEEE International Conference on Big Data Security on Cloud (BigDataSecurity 2020)

With rapid development of big data storage and computing techniques, we have developed novel techniques beyond big data. Many aspects for both scientific research and people’s daily life have been influenced by big data based technology such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and Internet of Things. Providing security and privacy for big data storage, transmission, and processing have been attracting much attention in all big data related areas. IEEE BigDataSecurity 2020 addresses this domain and aims to gather recent academic achievements in this field.

Security and robustness on Artificial Intelligence is the second concentration of IEEE BigDataSecurity 2020. The emerging needs for building reliable and robust AI models in Big Data and Cloud environments with security and privacy guaranteed have attracted attention from a number of different perspectives. The new methods deployed in Big Data and Cloud environment have covered distinct dimensions, such as robust deep learning, secure deep learning/machine learning, multi-party computing, edge/fog computing, energy consumptions, high performance, and heterogeneous resources, cloud models, heterogeneous architecture, tele-health, resource allocation, load balance, multimedia, and QoS, etc.

The conference proceedings will be published by IEEE xplore to be indexed by EI Compendex, Web of Science, and Scopus.

1st Keynote Speech Video Updated: Please watch the Video (for attendees from China Mainland, click here with code kbwg) with the slides of our keynote speaker Prof. Sun-Yuan Kung's speech titled "X-Learning: Bootstrapping BP (Back-Propagation) with BB (Back-Broadcast) for Joint Parameter/Structural Learning of Deep Networks".



Virtual Conference Instructions: The virtual conference will be held through Zoom with the conference room link available at May 26th, 8:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada). The Password for joining this conference will be sent to all participants through Email at May 24th (If you didn't receive such email by May 25th, please contact

Virtual Conference Plans: The opening session, keynote speech, talks, and awards will be held online at real-time in our conference room link. For all paper presentation, we have videos of the presentation (due to different time zones, it's hard to arrange all presentation in real-time) and all videos will be updated on the Program Webpage about 1-2 days before the conference. For the detailed program, you can download the conference booklet or check Program Webpage.

Important Announcement: Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, this year the IEEE BigDataSecurity/HPSC/IDS will be a virtual conference online. For more details of the virtual conference program, please see Here. Also, please follow our conference website for further notice about the conference arrangements.

Important Announcement: Due to the authors are from the countries all over the world, it is not feasible to arrange real-time presentation through the Internet. Please make a PPT video and send to Dr. Han Qiu ( before May 1st.






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