报告题目：Trustworthy Data Transmission Techniques in IoT
报告人：Md Zakirul Alam Bhuiyan 教授
报告简介: usinesses, governments, and individuals depend more and more on data protection in IoT systems. As data collection becomes broader and easier through automated data collection, sensors, and the IoT, providing data transmission with trustworthiness is becoming more of a focus. There are many data collection algorithms and protocol and their security and privacy are also addressed to some extent, it is still challenging to tell if the data transmission remains trustworthy during transmission and data received at the aggregation site also remains trustworthy so that low-quality, untrustworthy, or meaningless data reception for aggregation can be avoided. In some cases, it is also seen that data is protected by these protocols is itself suspect due to attacks at the data transmission process. In this talk, we will stress the security aspects of data transmission show how untrustworthy concerns may appear during the data transmission. We will then discuss particular techniques of how we can deal with data transmission trustworthiness.
报告人简介: Md Zakirul Alam Bhuiyan, PhD (M’09-SM’17), is currently an Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Fordham University, NY, USA, the Founding Director of Fordham Dependable and Secure System Lab (DependSys). Earlier, he worked as an Assistant Professor at Temple University. His research focuses on dependability, cybersecurity, big data, and IoT/CPS Applications. His work (including 35+ JCR Q1 papers) in these areas published in top-tier venues, such as IEEE (TC, TPDS, TDSC, TII, COMMAG, IoT-J, T-ITS), ACM (TOSN, TAAS, CS), Elsevier (INF, INS, JSA, JNCA, FGCS, ACCESS), and so on. He has served as a guest/associate editor for IEEE (TII, TBD, TCC, IoT-J), ACM (TOMM, TCPS), Elsevier (INS, FGCS, JNCA, JPDC), and so on. Several works of Dr. Bhuiyan have been recognized as “ESI Highly Cited Papers” (since 2018) and two works have been recognized as the “Hot Papers” in the Computer Science field. He has received numerous awards, including the IEEE TCSC Early Career Researcher, the IEEE Outstanding Leadership Award, and IEEE Service Award. He has served as an organizer, general chair, program chair, workshop chair, and TPC member of various international conferences, including IEEE (INFOCOM, ICCCN, COMSAC). He is a senior member of IEEE and a member of ACM.