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Data Security and Privacy

  1. Lattice-based digital signature has become one of the widely recognized post-quantum algorithms because of its simple algebraic operation, rich mathematical foundation and worst-case security, and also an impo...

    Authors: Fengxia Liu, Zhiyong Zheng, Zixian Gong, Kun Tian, Yi Zhang, Zhe Hu, Jia Li and Qun Xu
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2024 7:7
  2. Bitcoin is a decentralized P2P cryptocurrency. It supports users to use pseudonyms instead of network addresses to send and receive transactions at the data layer, hiding users’ real network identities. Tradit...

    Authors: Huashuang Yang, Jinqiao Shi, Yue Gao, Xuebin Wang, Yanwei Sun, Ruisheng Shi and Dongbin Wang
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2023 6:50
  3. The group signature scheme is an important primitive in cryptography, it allows members in a group to generate signatures anonymously on behalf of the whole group. In view of the practical application of such ...

    Authors: Yiru Sun, Yanyan Liu and Bo Wu
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:21
  4. Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) policies are at the core of Cybersecurity as they ease the enforcement of basic security principles, e.g., Least Privilege and Separation of Duties. As ICT systems and business pr...

    Authors: Marco Benedetti and Marco Mori
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:19
  5. A main challenge of attribute-based access control (ABAC) is the handling of missing information. Several studies have shown that the way standard ABAC mechanisms, e.g. based on XACML, handle missing informati...

    Authors: Charles Morisset, Tim A. C. Willemse and Nicola Zannone
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:6