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'''"[[Journal:Virtualization-based security techniques on mobile cloud computing: Research gaps and challenges|Virtualization-based security techniques on mobile cloud computing: Research gaps and challenges]]"'''
  
As a National Metrology Institute (NMI), the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) scientists, engineers, and technology experts conduct research across a full spectrum of physical science domains. NIST is a non-regulatory agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce with a mission to promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards, and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life. NIST research results in the production and distribution of standard [[Reference laboratory#Reference measurement and calibration|reference materials]], [[[[Reference laboratory#Reference measurement and calibration|calibration services]], and datasets. These are generated from a wide range of complex [[laboratory]] instrumentation, expert analyses, and calibration processes. In response to a government open data policy, and in collaboration with the broader research community, NIST has developed a federated Open Access to Research (OAR) scientific data infrastructure aligned with FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable) data principles. ('''[[Journal:Building open access to research (OAR) data infrastructure at NIST|Full article...]]''')<br />
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The principle constraints of mobile devices are their limited resources, including processing capability, storage space, and battery life. However, [[cloud computing]] offers a means of vast computing resources and services. With it a new idea emerged, the inclusion of cloud computing into mobile devices such as smartphones, tablet, and other personal digital assistants (PDA) to augment their capacities, providing a robust technology called mobile cloud computing (MCC). Although MCC has brought many advantages to mobile users, it also still suffers from the security and privacy issues of data while hosted on virtual machines (VM) on remote cloud’s servers. Currently, the eyes of security experts are turned towards the virtualization-based security techniques used either on the cloud or on mobile devices. The new challenge is to develop secure methods in order to authenticate highly sensitive digital content. ('''[[Journal:Virtualization-based security techniques on mobile cloud computing: Research gaps and challenges|Full article...]]''')<br />
 
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"Virtualization-based security techniques on mobile cloud computing: Research gaps and challenges"

The principle constraints of mobile devices are their limited resources, including processing capability, storage space, and battery life. However, cloud computing offers a means of vast computing resources and services. With it a new idea emerged, the inclusion of cloud computing into mobile devices such as smartphones, tablet, and other personal digital assistants (PDA) to augment their capacities, providing a robust technology called mobile cloud computing (MCC). Although MCC has brought many advantages to mobile users, it also still suffers from the security and privacy issues of data while hosted on virtual machines (VM) on remote cloud’s servers. Currently, the eyes of security experts are turned towards the virtualization-based security techniques used either on the cloud or on mobile devices. The new challenge is to develop secure methods in order to authenticate highly sensitive digital content. (Full article...)

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