Publications in Scientific Journals:

C. Tsigkanos, C. Avasalcai, S. Dustdar:
"Architectural Considerations for Privacy on the Edge";
IEEE Internet Computing, Volume 23 (2019), Issue 4; 76 - 83.

English abstract:
Novel pervasive systems integrate technologies and paradigms, such as mobile and cloud computing and Internet of Things, where systems are composed of heterogeneous infrastructures and services. Privacy emerges as a first-class design goal throughout such systems´ development lifecycle, and suggests its management to occur architecturally at the network edge, closer to end-users as the privacy stakeholders. We discuss concerns emerging from privacy requirements and how they pertain to contemporary pervasive systems, and we distill architectural considerations highlighting privacy protection mechanisms and tactics for edge computing.

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