Content highlight – new, highly-popular review article in Information Network section

We are pleased to highlight the publication of a review article “Concretely Efficient Secure Multi-Party Computation Protocols: Survey and More” by Dengguo Feng and Kang Yang. Dengguo Feng is an important academician at the Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences and his research interests focus on network security. He is one of ten Associate Editors-in-Chief of Security and Safety (S&S), a new open access journal at the cutting edge of cyber security and functional safety in the intelligent era.

“In the last decade, MPC [secure multi-party computation] has rapidly moved from a purely theoretical study to an object of practical interest, with a growing interest in practical applications such as privacy-preserving machine learning (PPML).”

The authors go on to say, “This survey aims to provide the recent development and key approaches of MPC to researchers, who are interested in knowing, improving, and applying concretely efficient MPC protocols.”

The issues and challenges addressed in the article concerning security and privacy are key areas for S&S which focuses on Integrated Security and Safety. As was stated in the recent Editorial by Editor-in-Chief, Professor Jiangxing Wu:

“Our vision for S&S is that it will become a leading interdisciplinary journal focusing on the intersection of cyber security and functional safety to promote interdisciplinary innovation, benefit the international community, empower the digital economy, and guard the smart era in the future.”

S&S is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access journal. Publication fees have been waived for 2022. Volume 1 is proceeding smoothly and has already published research articles and reviews related to Industrial Control, Information Network, Intelligent Transportation and Social Governance.

S&S has already been listed by Tongji University, Shanghai as one of six top international journals for information science fields.

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