From the reviews:
“The volume consists of eight chapters across four headings, covering different aspects of privacy and security issues in cloud computing. … this informative volume … provides not only a comprehensive overview but also proposed practical solutions on how to increase privacy and security in cloud computing. The book will be beneficial to business professionals and researchers working in this area.” (Monika Zalnieriute, Privacy Laws & Business, International Report, Issue 124, August, 2013)
"This book offers insight into some of the issues in cloud computing that need immediate attention. The contributors and editors have done a good job in producing this book when it is most needed; it should stimulate research into privacy and security in cloud computing." (S. V. Nagaraj, ACM Computing Reviews, May 17 2013, Review #: CR141225)
Despite the enormous potential of cloud computing, consumer uncertainty and concern regarding issues of privacy, security and trust remain a major barrier to the switch to cloud models.
This comprehensive and authoritative text/reference provides an in-depth analysis of the latest advances in privacy, security and risk technologies within cloud environments. Containing contributions from leading experts in the field, the text presents both a thorough introduction to the core issues, and a practical selection of innovative solutions to common problems. A Glossary is also included at the end of the book.
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This pioneering volume is essential reading for business professionals, students and researchers interested in the field of privacy and security protection for the cloud, and/or complex service provisioning. Newcomers to these areas will benefit from the solid overview of the field, whereas established experts will value the novel, cutting-edge research described in the work.