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Vol 1. issue 3

1. PaperID 010:  Anticipant Model for Security Attacks in NoC  (pp. 63-72) Fulltext

N. Habibi, Sh. Forghani

Islamic Azad University, SouthTehran Branch, Tehran, Iran

Abstract– Network on Chip (NoC) architectures should provide secure data processing in multicore systems on chip (SoC) and in many cases there is a need to utilize extra hardware to prevent threats but extra hardware result in more power consumption and more heat generation in system which may not be acceptable for system designers. This paper aims to model security attacks of systems to preview possible security problems in order to have more optimized design for systems and prevent extra costs. This model also quantifies performance for whole system and its different parts which make it possible to have modular analysis for SoC. The presented model is based on OR-type attack tree in which probability of nodes is computed with recursive equation according to structure of tree. Based on our investigation, this type of modeling will help in conducting security analysis and designing secure architectures in NoC.

Keywords: NoC, Attack tree, Security, SoC, DOS.

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2. PaperID 11:  The development of E-Commerce in Post-Sanctions Iran   (pp. 73-75) Fulltext

Hassan Golzari, Hossein Shojaei

Amirkabir Higher Education Azad College of Management and Technology

Abstract – E-Commerce is defined as establishing and maintaining mutual relationships (between seller and buyer) aiming to facilitate the transaction of goods, services, views, etc. E-commerce is a new and flourishing industry in Iran, however, because of the country’s political circumstances and challenges at the time of sanctions, this upward trend was slowed down. Now after the lifting of sanctions, this study aims to examine the effects of sanctions on Iranian e-commerce, with actual examples from the market, which is now booming due to access to foreign business and investment. This promises a bright future if this situation remains stable.

KEYWORDS: Iran, e-commerce, growth and development, investment

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3. PaperID 012: Challenges of Privacy and Security for Online Social Networks

(pp. 76-83) Fulltext

Saeid Jamshidi 1*, Hamidreza Sedaghatkhah , Rassoul Roustaei Ali Asghar Jamshidi

Young Researchers and Elite Club, Hamedan Branch Islamic Azad University, Hamedan Iran

Abstract Online social networks are becoming a major growth point of the internet, as individual’s companies and governments constantly desire to interact with one another, the ability of the internet to deliver this networking capabilities grows stronger. Personalization technologies offer powerful tools for enhancing the user experience in a wide variety of systems, but at the same time raise new privacy concerns. For example, systems that personalize advertisements according to the physical location of the user or according to the user’s friends’ search history, introduce new privacy risks that may discourage wide adoption of personalization technologies. It depends on the information actually provided which may, in certain cases be very extensive and intimate. Risks range from identity theft to online and physical stalking from embarrassment to price discrimination and blackmailing. Yet, there are some who believe that social networking sites can also offer the solution to online privacy problems. In this paper, we looked at the challenges of privacy and Security for Online Social Networks. Governments will have to play a major role in how secure social networks are with much greater efforts required to crack down on current cybercriminals and discourage new blood from joining the dark side. These efforts must be implemented at both national and global level to ensure that crimes and criminals cannot be harbored and abetted by rogue nations ignoring global regulation.

 

Keywords: Social Network, Privacy, Security, Challenges Social Networks

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