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A Review on Cybersecurity of Cloud Computing for Supporting Connected Vehicle Applications
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  • M Sabbir Salek ,
  • Sakib Mahmud Khan ,
  • Mizanur rahman ,
  • Hsien-wen Deng ,
  • Mhafuzul islam ,
  • Zadid Khan ,
  • Mashrur Chowdhury ,
  • Mitch Shue
M Sabbir Salek
Clemson University

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Hsien-wen Deng
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Abstract

In an internet-of-things (IoT) environment, cloud computing is emerging as a technologically feasible and economically viable solution for supporting real-time and non-real-time connected vehicle (CV) applications due to its unlimited storage, enormous computing capabilities, and cost advantage, i.e., cloud computing costs less than owning such systems. However, maintaining cybersecurity is a major challenge in cloud-supported CV applications as it requires CVs and various transportation or non-transportation services to exchange data with the cloud via multiple wired and wireless communication networks, such as long-term evolution (LTE) and Wi-Fi. In this paper, we review the cybersecurity requirements of cloud-supported CV applications, such as confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication, accountability, and privacy. Our review also identifies the associated cybersecurity challenges that might impact cloud-supported CV applications and corresponding solutions to these challenges. In addition, we present future research opportunities to prevent and mitigate cybersecurity issues in cloud computing for CV-related applications.
01 Jun 2022Published in IEEE Internet of Things Journal volume 9 issue 11 on pages 8250-8268. 10.1109/JIOT.2022.3152477