[Cryptography] Special Issue - Privacy-Preserving Techniques in Cloud/Fog and Internet of Things

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Thu Feb 24 01:38:14 EST 2022

The open access journal Cryptography (ISSN 2410-387X) is pleased to
announce a new Special Issue entitled "Privacy-Preserving Techniques in
Cloud/Fog and Internet of Things".

Prof. Dr. Cheng-Chi Lee from Fu Jen Catholic University and other
colleagues are serving as Guest Editor for this issue. The submission
deadline is 1 August 2022 and papers may be submitted immediately or at
any point till the date, as papers will be published on an ongoing
basis. For more information on this Special Issue and submission
guidelines, please visit the following page:

The following topics are possible, but not limited to:

- Privacy-preserving models for big data networks
- Privacy-preserving models for sensor networks and the Internet of Things
- Privacy-preserving mathematical models for IoT networks and Cloud
- Privacy-preservation in Fog Computing
- Machine learning methods for privacy-preservation

Cryptography (ISSN 2410-387X, https://www.mdpi.com/journal/Cryptography)
is a scientific peer-reviewed open access journal of cryptography
published quarterly online by MDPI. It is covered by Scopus (Elsevier),
Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI-Web of Science), etc.

Best regards,
Xue Cheng
Managing Editor
MDPI Branch Office, Wuhan
Cryptography Editorial Office
MDPI, St. Alban-Anlage 66, 4052 Basel, Switzerland

News: *Cryptography has been accepted for coverage in Emerging Sources
Citation Index - Web of Science*;
Cryptography has received its first CiteScore 3.1

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