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Fog Computing, IoT and Cloud, Access Control, Performance Metrics, Security Models
With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), there is a demand for computation at network edges because of the limited processing capacity of IoT devices. Fog computing is a middle layer that has appeared to address the latency issues between the Internet of things (IoT) and the cloud. Fog computing is becoming more important as companies face in...
The fog layer provides substantial benefits in cloud-based IoT applications because it can serve as an aggregation layer and it moves the computation resources nearer to the IoT devices; however, it is important to ensure adequate performance is achieved in such applications, as the devices usually communicate frequently and authenticate with the c...
The emergence of Internet of things (IoT) has mandated the need to perform computation at the ‘edge’ of the network. With companies being challenged to collect and send data collected from IoT to the cloud, this raises the need for fog computing. There is also a persistent need to measure the performance of the IoT-Cloud environment while collectin...
Fog computing is an intermediate computing layer that has emerged to address the latency issues of cloud-based Internet of things (IoT) environments. As a result, new forms of security and privacy threats are emerging. These threats are mainly due to the huge number of sensors, as well as the enormous amount of data generated in IoT environments th...