Fog Computing: Securing the Intelligent Edge in Next-Generation Networks

Posted July 19, 2018 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal
fog architecture

The OpenFog Reference Architecture for fog computing has emerged as a highly credible paradigm for architecting compute-intensive solutions for networks and applications that utilize IoT, 5G, and artificial intelligence. In this article, we’ll examine how fog architecture addresses cybersecurity for next-generation networks.

About The Author
Frank Michaud
Frank Michaud is a Technical Leader at Cisco Systems. He is an embedded and distributed security technology expert with more than 15 years’ experience. Mr. Michaud currently focuses on privacy, Internet of Things (IoT), and fog computing security. He leads fog computing security and privacy innovation projects with engineers, innovation centers, partners, and startups. Mr. Michaud serves as cochair of the Security Working Group of the OpenFog… Read More
John Zao
John K. Zao is Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department of Taiwan Chiao Tung University. He is founding chair of the IEEE Standard Working Group on Fog Computing and Networking Architecture Framework, the founding vice chair of the IEEE Standard Committee on Edge/Fog/Cloud Communications with IoT and Big Data, and cochair of the Security Working Group of the OpenFog Consortium. Before returning to Asia, Dr. Zao served as Senior/… Read More
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