Governing Bot-as-a-Service in Sustainability Platforms - Issues and Approaches
Phu H. Phung, Chalmers, Sweden
Friday, August 31,
11 a.m., Room 1325 SEO
The emerging cloud computing models for Internet-of-Things have fostered the development of lightweight applications using cloud services for monitoring and optimizing devices and equipment hosted in distributed facilities. Such applications - called bots in our work - can be composed and deployed with multiple types of governance policies from cloud platforms to distributed hosting environments and they can access not only local data and devices but also cloud data and features. Therefore, it is a great challenge to govern them. In this paper, we discuss governance issues and state-of-the-art on supporting the emerging Bot-as-a-Service in sustainability governance platforms. Based on that we outline our approaches to policy development and enforcement for the Bot-as-a-Service model.
Phu H. Phung is a post-doctoral researcher at Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. He received his bachelor degree of Information Technology from Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT), Vietnam in 2001, his M.Sc. in Communication and Information Technology from University of Ulsan, South Korea in 2006, and his PhD in Computer Science from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden in 2011. From April 2001 to August 2004, he worked as an assistant lecturer and a researcher at Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, HCMUT. From July to September 2010, he was a visiting researcher at Stanford University, USA. He has been involved in the SESAME project, which aims to explore technologies to the realization of security architectures for the vehicle software security, in collaboration with Volvo Technology. Currently, he is working on the European WebSand project which aims to provide an end-to-end framework for designing, implementing, and running secure web applications. Phuís research interests include web application security, runtime policy enforcement for untrusted software, and policy enforcement for cloud-based sustainability governance platforms.