Special Issue "Recent Advances in Cryptography and Network Security"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 October 2020.
Interests: multi-agent reinforcement learning; few shot learning/model-agnostic meta-learning; adversarial machine learning; generative adversarial network
Interests: adversarial machine learning; generative adversarial network; biometric authentication; artificial intelligence
Interests: future data mobility; connected vehicles; smart city; future internet/5G; IoT; WSN; blockchain; wireless communication; cognitive computing; cybersecurity; artificial intelligence; adaptive security for cities
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Cryptography and network security focuses on the areas of cryptography and cryptanalysis that include network security, data security, mobile security, cloud security, and endpoint security, which are commonly used to protect users online. However, many researchers have used machine/deep learning techniques to strengthen the network security level. The aim of this Special Issue is to cover all aspects of the latest techniques, including their architectures, operations, and the optimization of their systems. Theoretical and practical developments in the implementation and operation of neural networks in network security, the latest technical reviews, and surveys on network security are welcomed. The papers will be peer-reviewed and selected on the basis of their quality and relevance to the theme of this Special Issue, with only the best high-quality papers selected for publication. The topics of interest for this Special Issue include but are not limited to the following:
- Public-key cryptography and RSA;
- Adversarial machine learning;
- Pseudo-random number generation in cryptography;
- Machine learning for cybersecurity;
- Artificial intelligence dysfunctions;
- Network security application;
- Biometric authentication;
- Web security;
- System security;
- Malicious software;
- Blockchain technologies;
- Adaptive security;
- Future data security;
- Mobile data security;
- Challenges of cybersecurity;
- Cybersecurity of communication technologies.
Prof. Dr. Dae-Ki Kang
Dr. Jiacang Ho
Dr. Dhananjay Singh
Manuscript Submission Information
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