讲座题目：Security Infrastructure for Trusted Offloading in Mobile Cloud Computing
Kai Hwang is a Professor of EE/CS at the University of Southern California (USC). The first “CCF Award for Oversea Outstanding Contributions”winner. He is also an EMC-endowed visiting Chair Professor at Tsinghua University. Dr. Hwang was recognized with an IEEE Fellow in 1986. He has produced numerous Ph.D students at Purdue University and at USC. Four of them were elected IEEE Fellows and one an IBM Fellow. He has published 8 books and over 240 scientific papers in computer architecture, parallel processing, distributed systems, cloud computing and network security. His books have been adopted worldwide and translated in Chinese, Korean, Spanish, and German languages. His works have been cited more than 13,000 times with an h-index of 50. His latest book: Distributed and Cloud Computing was published by Kaufmann in 2012. He can be reached via Email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this talk, Dr. Wang addresses the security and privacy issues and plausible solutions in mobile cloud computing by interplay with remote distant clouds. His talk covers the protection of cloud resources, mobile devices, cloudlets, big-data privacy preservation, and security infrastructure for cloud networking in either wired or wireless environments. These are often desired in securing cloud analytics, social networks and the internet of things (Io T) in a trusted environment. The ultimate goal is to achieve enhanced ubiquity, mobility, security, scalability and quality of service (QoS) of clouds in the entire cyberspace. To remove the security and trust barriers in bare-metal or virtual clouds, some new approaches are discussed. Finally, he introduces the new BYOC (Bring Your Own Cloud) approach for inter-cloud (mashup) applications.