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Security Issues and Challenges - Cloud Computing


Daniyal M. Alghazzawi and Syed Hamid Hasan

Cloud computing is in its preliminary stages when we respect to its implementation usage. The reason for this is that the technology is heavily dependent on the high-tech resources that the academicians and researchers find it practically impossible to analyze test the technology. The basis of the cloud computing process is a desire to have another layer added while information is processed. Cloud computing is generally understood as computing in grids and as a utility where the software is provided as a service and the storage is provided through the cloud via virtualization, which means that the client remotely uses a service provided by a provider commonly termed to be “in the cloud”. It is being debated if the aforementioned components can be separated and can be individually dealt with, however there is a general agreement that they all come under the cloud computing collectively. There have been many discussions related to the Cloud computing from the actual providers of the Cloud computing, as there has been a lack of published work from the academicians. However, the researchers are also making their presence felt by addressing many of the issues related to cloud computing.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, grid computing, Security Issues, Secure Architecture Model

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Daniyal M. Alghazzawi
Daniyal M. Alghazzawi has completed his PhD in Computer Science from University of Kansas in 2007, Master of Science in Teaching & Leadership in 2004 and Master of Science in Computer Science in 2003 from University of Kansas. He has worked as Web Programmer at ALTec (Advanced Learning Technologies). Dr. Daniyal is currently working as Associate Professor in the Information Systems Department, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA. He has more than 20 publications to his credit. His research interest includes e-Security and Cryptography and Educational Technology. Dr. Daniyal is a member of IEEE (Education Transaction) and ACM-SIGCSE (Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education).

Syed Hamid Hasan
Syed Hamid Hasan has completed his PhD in Computer Science from JMI, India, MSc in Statistics and PGDCS from AMU, India. Dr Hamid has a teaching and research experience of more than 30 years and is currently working as a Professor at Information Systems department, faculty of Computing and Information Technology, King Abdulaziz University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Prof. Hamid has worked as the Head of Computer Science department at AMU, India and also Head of IT department at the Musana College of Technology, Sultanate of Oman. He was Reviewer for NDT 2009, Ostrava, Czech Republic, 2009 Co Sponsored by IEEE Communications Society. He is included in the Panel of referees of “The Indian journal of community health”, and was Chief Coordinator of the National Conference on “Vocationalization of Computer Education” held on 28-29 September-1996 at A.M.U. Aligarh, India. He is a life Member of Indian Society for Industrial and Applicable Mathematics (ISIAM), Computer Society of India (LMCSI), Fellow National Association of Computer Educators & Trainers (FNACET), India and a member of the IEEE. He has more than 25 research articles in conferences & journals to his credit. His research interest includes e-Security and Cryptography, administrative computing and software engineering.


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