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Search Publications by Michaela Iorga

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General Access Control Guidance for Cloud Systems

Chung Tong Hu, Michaela Iorga, Wei Bao, Ang Li, Qinghua Li, Antonios Gouglidis
This document presents cloud access control characteristics and a set of general access control guidance for cloud service models: IaaS (Infrastructure as a

Fog Computing Conceptual Model

Michaela Iorga, Larry Feldman, Robert Barton, Michael J. Martin, Nedim S. Goren, Charif Mahmoudi
Managing the data generated by Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and actuators is one of the biggest challenges faced when deploying an IoT system. Traditional

Alexa, Can I Trust You?

Judy Chung, Michaela Iorga, Jeffrey M. Voas, Sangjin Lee
Security diagnostics expose vulnerabilities and privacy threats that exist in commercial Intelligent Virtual Assistants (IVA)-- diagnostics offer the

Managing Risk in a Cloud Ecosystem

Michaela Iorga, Anil Karmel
The article focuses on the tier 3 security risks related to the operation and use of cloud-based information systems. To prevent and mitigate any threats

ITL Forensic Science Program

Barbara Guttman, Martin Herman, Michaela Iorga, Larry Feldman, Kim Quill
Forensic science provides the methodologies for understanding crime scenes. It is used for analyzing evidence, identifying suspects, and prosecuting and

A public randomness service

Michael J. Fischer, Michaela Iorga, Rene C. Peralta
We argue for the deployment of sources of randomness on the Internet for promoting and enhancing electronic commerce. We describe, in rough detail, our planned

Government Smart Card Interoperability Specification, Version 2.1

Teresa T. Schwarzhoff, James F. Dray Jr., John P. Wack, Eric Dalci, Alan H. Goldfine, Michaela Iorga
This Government Smart Card Interoperability Specification (GSC-IS) provides solutions to a number of the interoperability challenges associated with smart card

Policy Expression and Enforcement for Handheld Devices

Wayne Jansen, Tom T. Karygiannis, Vladimir Korolev, Serban I. Gavrila, Michaela Iorga
The use of mobile handheld devices, such as Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and tablet computers, within the workplace is expanding rapidly. These devices