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  1. In recent years, the widespread applications of open-source software (OSS) have brought great convenience for software developers. However, it is always facing unavoidable security risks, such as open-source c...

    Authors: Yuhang Zhao, Ruigang Liang, Xiang Chen and Jing Zou
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:20
  2. Malware analysis is a task of utmost importance in cyber-security. Two approaches exist for malware analysis: static and dynamic. Modern malware uses an abundance of techniques to evade both dynamic and static...

    Authors: Roee S. Leon, Michael Kiperberg, Anat Anatey Leon Zabag and Nezer Jacob Zaidenberg
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:19
  3. Outside the explosive successful applications of deep learning (DL) in natural language processing, computer vision, and information retrieval, there have been numerous Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) based altern...

    Authors: Chun Yang, Jinghui Xu, Shuangshuang Liang, Yanna Wu, Yu Wen, Boyang Zhang and Dan Meng
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:16
  4. Keystroke-based behavioral biometrics have been proven effective for continuous user authentication. Current state-of-the-art algorithms have achieved outstanding results in long text or short text collected b...

    Authors: Lulu Yang, Chen Li, Ruibang You, Bibo Tu and Linghui Li
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:13
  5. Cyber-physical systems (CPSs) in critical infrastructure face serious threats of attack, motivating research into a wide variety of defence mechanisms such as those that monitor for violations of invariants, i.e....

    Authors: Cheah Huei Yoong, Venkata Reddy Palleti, Rajib Ranjan Maiti, Arlindo Silva and Christopher M Poskitt
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:6
  6. Reading text in images automatically has become an attractive research topic in computer vision. Specifically, end-to-end spotting of scene text has attracted significant research attention, and relatively ide...

    Authors: Jianguo Jiang, Baole Wei, Min Yu, Gang Li, Boquan Li, Chao Liu, Min Li and Weiqing Huang
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:7
  7. The Internet of Things (IoT) has been rapidly evolving towards making a greater impact on everyday life to large industrial systems. Unfortunately, this has attracted the attention of cybercriminals who made I...

    Authors: Ansam Khraisat and Ammar Alazab
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:18
  8. Decompilation aims to analyze and transform low-level program language (PL) codes such as binary code or assembly code to obtain an equivalent high-level PL. Decompilation plays a vital role in the cyberspace ...

    Authors: Ruigang Liang, Ying Cao, Peiwei Hu and Kai Chen
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:5
  9. Anomaly detection has been an essential and dynamic research area in the data mining. A wide range of applications including different social medias have adopted different state-of-the-art methods to identify ...

    Authors: Md. Shafiur Rahman, Sajal Halder, Md. Ashraf Uddin and Uzzal Kumar Acharjee
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:10
  10. Energy forecasting using Renewable energy sources (RESs) is gradually gaining weight in the research field due to the benefits it presents to the modern-day environment. Not only does energy forecasting using ...

    Authors: Raphael Anaadumba, Qi Liu, Bockarie Daniel Marah, Francis Mawuli Nakoty, Xiaodong Liu and Yonghong Zhang
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2021 4:1
  11. Deep learning (DL) has exhibited its exceptional performance in fields like intrusion detection. Various augmentation methods have been proposed to improve data quality and eventually to enhance the performanc...

    Authors: Yixiang Wang, Shaohua lv, Jiqiang Liu, Xiaolin Chang and Jinqiang Wang
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2020 3:23
  12. The functional encryption scheme designed using the lattice can realize fine-grained encryption and it can resist quantum attacks. Unfortunately, the sizes of the keys and ciphertexts in cryptographic applicat...

    Authors: Shisen Fang, Shaojun Yang and Yuexin Zhang
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2020 3:22
  13. Threat modeling is of increasing importance to IT security, and it is a complex and resource demanding task. The aim of automating threat modeling is to simplify model creation by using data that are already a...

    Authors: Margus Välja, Fredrik Heiding, Ulrik Franke and Robert Lagerström
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2020 3:19
  14. Although using machine learning techniques to solve computer security challenges is not a new idea, the rapidly emerging Deep Learning technology has recently triggered a substantial amount of interests in the...

    Authors: Yoon-Ho Choi, Peng Liu, Zitong Shang, Haizhou Wang, Zhilong Wang, Lan Zhang, Junwei Zhou and Qingtian Zou
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2020 3:15
  15. The state of the cyberspace portends uncertainty for the future Internet and its accelerated number of users. New paradigms add more concerns with big data collected through device sensors divulging large amou...

    Authors: Ayei E. Ibor, Florence A. Oladeji, Olusoji B. Okunoye and Obeten O. Ekabua
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2020 3:14
  16. Digital technologies have changed the way supply chain operations are structured. In this article, we conduct systematic syntheses of literature on the impact of new technologies on supply chains and the relat...

    Authors: Petar Radanliev, David De Roure, Kevin Page, Jason R. C. Nurse, Rafael Mantilla Montalvo, Omar Santos, La’Treall Maddox and Pete Burnap
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2020 3:13
  17. Stories of cyber attacks are becoming a routine in which cyber attackers show new levels of intention by sophisticated attacks on networks. Unfortunately, cybercriminals have figured out profitable business mo...

    Authors: Rachid Ait Maalem Lahcen, Bruce Caulkins, Ram Mohapatra and Manish Kumar
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2020 3:10
  18. In modern computer systems, user processes are isolated from each other by the operating system and the hardware. Additionally, in a cloud scenario it is crucial that the hypervisor isolates tenants from other...

    Authors: Michael Schwarz, Samuel Weiser, Daniel Gruss, Clémentine Maurice and Stefan Mangard
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2020 3:2
  19. Humans are commonly seen as the weakest link in corporate information security. This led to a lot of effort being put into security training and awareness campaigns, which resulted in employees being less like...

    Authors: Manfred Vielberth, Florian Menges and Günther Pernul
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:23

    The Correction to this article has been published in Cybersecurity 2019 2:24

  20. Many real world attacks often target the implementation of a cryptographic scheme, rather than the algorithm itself, and a system designer has to consider new models that can capture these attacks. For example...

    Authors: Yuejun Liu, Rui Zhang and Yongbin Zhou
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:22
  21. The group signature scheme is an important primitive in cryptography, it allows members in a group to generate signatures anonymously on behalf of the whole group. In view of the practical application of such ...

    Authors: Yiru Sun, Yanyan Liu and Bo Wu
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:21
  22. Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) policies are at the core of Cybersecurity as they ease the enforcement of basic security principles, e.g., Least Privilege and Separation of Duties. As ICT systems and business pr...

    Authors: Marco Benedetti and Marco Mori
    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:19

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