Submission Deadline: 01 April 2020
IEEE Access invites manuscript submissions in the area of Blockchain-Enabled Trustworthy Systems.
We are enjoying the benefits brought about by the accelerated development of computing systems and Internet. However, we are also suffering from a number of security and privacy vulnerabilities caused by the increasing system complexity, heterogeneity, dynamicity and decentralized nature. These security and privacy vulnerabilities may prevent the wide adoption of Information and communications technology (ICT) technologies. Therefore, trust management has become a crucial aspect in developing trustworthy systems with the preservation of security and privacy.
From the Oxford dictionary, the term blockchain is defined as “A system in which a record of transactions made in bitcoin or another cryptocurrency are maintained across several computers that are linked in a peer-to-peer network.” The recent advances in blockchain technologies bring opportunities to fully realize trustworthy systems. In particular, blockchain technologies can enable anonymous and trustful transactions in decentralized and trustless environments. As a result, blockchain-enabled trust management can help to reduce system risks, mitigate financial fraud and cut down operational cost of computing systems. Blockchain-enabled trustworthy systems can apply to diverse areas, such as financial services, social management, internet of things and supply chain management. Therefore, blockchains can potentially enable trustworthy systems, though there are a number of research issues to be solved before the formal adoption of blockchains to trustworthy systems.
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Associate Editor: Hong-Ning Dai, Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau
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