Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing

Computational Intelligence Techniques for Information Security and Forensics in IoT Environments


Publishing date
01 May 2021
Status
Closed
Submission deadline
18 Dec 2020

Lead Editor

1Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, Nanjing, China

2Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Canada

3National Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan

4Sejong University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

5University of Milano, Crema, Italy

6Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur, India

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Computational Intelligence Techniques for Information Security and Forensics in IoT Environments

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More articles will be published in the near future.

Description

As a popular paradigm, the Internet-of-Things (IoT) usually consists of numerous smart devices interconnected with other devices, application services, and systems by wireless networks and protocols. These smart devices often collect a massive amount of data from real-world objects via sensors and process, transmit and manage these data to networks for a variety of practical applications such as smart cities, smart homes, autonomous transportation, and health supervision. This raises two problems that must be addressed urgently; how to ensure the security of these IoT data, and how to implement the forensics of these data if they suffer illegal copying, tampering, and forgery attacks in IoT environments.

Computational intelligence techniques have shown the desirable efficiency and effectiveness in data processing and mining, and they have attracted a lot of attention. Recently, a typical example is deep convolutional neural networks (CNN) and its derivates, such as Faster Region-based CNN (Faster R-CNN) and Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN). These examples have gained great success in many basic computer vision tasks including automatic image representation generation, semantic segmentation and classification, object detection and tracking, and data restoration. They have outperformed traditional methods significantly. Due to the promising performances of computational intelligence techniques in data processing and mining tasks of computer vision, it might be reasonable and effective to explore these computational intelligence techniques to address the problems of information security and forensics in IoT environments.

The aim of this Special Issue is to solicit original research articles and review articles that focus on the challenges and issues of information security and forensics in IoT environments by computational intelligence techniques and models.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • Computational intelligence theories and methodologies for IoT data security
  • Deep learning feature-based IoT data search
  • Perceptual visual content representation, modelling, and understanding in IoT
  • Privacy data control and management in IoT
  • Steganography and steganalysis by Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) or other deep learning networks in IoT
  • Secret image sharing/visual cryptography by computational intelligence techniques in IoT
  • Digital watermarking schemes by deep learning techniques in IoT
  • Digital forensics by deep learning techniques in IoT
  • Forensics of deep fake faces generated by GAN
  • Fingerprint liveness forensics in IoT
  • IoT copy data/tamper data detection by computational intelligence techniques
  • Identity authentication in IoT
  • Blockchain techniques for tamper-proofing of IoT data or other security applications
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