498 Pages 99 B/W Illustrations
    by Chapman & Hall

    498 Pages 99 B/W Illustrations
    by Chapman & Hall

    In distributed, open systems like cyberspace, where the behavior of autonomous agents is uncertain and can affect other agents' welfare, trust management is used to allow agents to determine what to expect about the behavior of other agents. The role of trust management is to maximize trust between the parties and thereby provide a basis for cooperation to develop.

    Bringing together expertise from technology-oriented sciences, law, philosophy, and social sciences, Managing Trust in Cyberspace addresses fundamental issues underpinning computational trust models and covers trust management processes for dynamic open systems and applications in a tutorial style that aids in understanding. Topics include trust in autonomic and self-organized networks, cloud computing, embedded computing, multi-agent systems, digital rights management, security and quality issues in trusting e-government service delivery, and context-aware e-commerce applications. The book also presents a walk-through of online identity management and examines using trust and argumentation in recommender systems. It concludes with a comprehensive survey of anti-forensics for network security and a review of password security and protection.

    Researchers and practitioners in fields such as distributed computing, Internet technologies, networked systems, information systems, human computer interaction, human behavior modeling, and intelligent informatics especially benefit from a discussion of future trust management research directions including pervasive and ubiquitous computing, wireless ad-hoc and sensor networks, cloud computing, social networks, e-services, P2P networks, near-field communications (NFC), electronic knowledge management, and nano-communication networks.



    Analyzing Trust and Security in Computing and Communications Systems
    Al-Sakib Khan Pathan

    Cloud Computing-Trust Issues, Challenges, and Solutions
    Sanchika Gupta, Padam Kumar, and Ajith Abraham

    A Survey of Trust and Trust Management in Cloud Computing
    Vimal Kumar, Brijesh Chejerla, Sanjay Madria, and Mukesh Mohania

    Trust Models for Data Integrity and Shredding in Cloud
    Ashutosh Saxena, Nitin Singh Chauhan, and Sravan Rondla

    Key Management Solutions for Database-as-a-Service: A Selective Survey
    Sumitra Binu and Pethuru Raj Chelliah

    Trustworthy Coordination in Ad Hoc Networks
    Aakanksha and Punam Bedi

    Toward a Computational Trust Model for Secure Peer-to-Peer Communication
    Shyam P. Joy and Priya Chandran

    Trust in Autonomic and Self-Organized Networks
    Karuppanan Komathy

    Security and Quality Issues in Trusting E-Government Service Delivery
    Maslin Masrom, Edith AiLing Lim, and Sabariyah Din

    Context-Aware E-Commerce Applications: Trust Issues and Their Solutions
    Farag Azzedin, Sajjad Mahmood, and Muhammad Akhlaq

    A Walk-Through of Online Identity Management
    Ravi Sankar Veerubhotla and Richa Garg

    Trust in Digital Rights Management Systems
    Tony Thomas

    Privacy and Trust Management in Safety-Related C2X Communication
    Axel Sikora

    Using Trust and Argumentation in Multiagent Recommender Systems
    Punam Bedi and Pooja Vashisth

    A Multiagent Framework for Selection of Trustworthy Service Providers
    Punam Bedi, Bhavna Gupta, and Harmeet Kaur

    Trust Issues in Modern Embedded Computing
    Alex Pappachen James and Sugathan Sherin

    A Framework of Content- and Context-Based Network Monitoring
    Eliot Foye, Shivani Prasad, Steven Sivan, Stephen Faatamai, Wei Q. Yan, and William Liu

    A Comparison of Three Sophisticated Cyber Weapons
    Makkuva Shyam Vinay and Manoj Balakrishnan

    Trust in Cyberspace: New Information Security Paradigm
    Roberto Uzal, Narayan C. Debnath, Daniel Riesco, and German Montejano

    A Comprehensive Survey of Antiforensics for Network Security
    Rahul Chandran and Wei Q. Yan

    Password Security and Protection
    Emery Moodley, Gary Huo, Mindy Hsieh, Stephen Cai, and Wei Q. Yan



    Sabu M. Thampi received his Ph.D from National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India. He is a member of IEEE and ACM. He has chaired/co-chaired and acted as program committee member for many conferences and workshops; authored/edited a number of books and several papers; and guest-edited, reviewed, and served as editorial board member for multiple international journals. Currently he is associate professor at Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management-Kerala, Trivandrum and editor-in-chief of International Journal of Trust Management in Computing and Communications, Inderscience Publishers, Geneva, Switzerland.

    Bharat Bhargava is professor at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA. He built one of the first electronic medical care record systems in Indiana University Hospital, Indianapolis, USA, has worked on reliability and integrity issues in distributed systems, and has built several systems such as RAID (Reliable and Adaptable) and Promise (P2P). A fellow of IEEE, IETE, and CERIAS, he has helped found multiple conferences and received Technical Achievement, Golden Core, and Distinguished Service Awards from various societies as well as awards for graduate mentoring, engagement, and diversity from Purdue’s College of Science.

    Pradeep K. Atrey holds a Ph.D from National University of Singapore. Currently he serves as associate professor at The University of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and on the editorial board of several industry journals. He also has served as a postdoctoral researcher at University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; authored/co-authored over 60 research articles; and been associated with over 20 international conferences in various roles such as general chair, program chair, publicity chair, web chair, and TPC member. Recognized as an ICME Quality Reviewer, he has received the ETRI Journal Best Reviewer Award and The University of Winnipeg Merit Award for Exceptional Performance.

    "Academia and industry…need a published book covering [trust management] … The research on trust has advanced and is mature enough to have a book only focused on this topic. … it is a hot topic that will be used for a long time in security systems."
    — Jaime Lloret Mauri, Polytecnic University of Valencia, Spain