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Assignment 4

Objective:
This is a very short assignment, and it covers security concepts related to cloud computing.
Grading Scheme:
• Section A: 30%
• Section B: 70%
• Adding citation in IEEE/ACM Format only
• Missing Citation (-5%)

Academic Integrity:
• This assignment does not require group work. Therefore, each student is expected to
complete their work by themselves. Collaboration of any type amounts to a violation of the
academic integrity policy and will be reported to the AIO.
• Do not copy texts verbatim from online or printed materials
• Do not copy texts from other’s work
• Do not submit other’s work
• If you obtain help from Tutor(s), please acknowledge
• Provide citation for texts, images, tables, data etc.
• The Dalhousie Academic Integrity policy applies to all material submitted as part of this
course. Please understand the policy, which is available
at: https://www.dal.ca/dept/university_secretariat/academic-integrity.html
Section A: Explore AWS Key Management Service (KMS), and create keys. Read the documentation,
and write a ½ page summary on your findings. In addition, you need to include screenshots of the
KMS with your newly generated keys. Furthermore, provide a brief typewritten explanation on the
possibility of including this service (KMS) as part of your group project.
[Expectations: A well written summary, which is not plagiarized, well linked, and contains
meaningful information with proper citation].
Section B: Visit https://libraries.dal.ca/ and open IEEE database (You need to sign in with NetID and
password). Search the following paper.
D. Gonzales, J. M. Kaplan, E. Saltzman, Z. Winkelman and D. Woods, “Cloud-Trust—a Security
Assessment Model for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Clouds,” in IEEE Transactions on Cloud
Computing, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 523-536, 1 July-Sept. 2017.
• Read the paper thoroughly and capture the essence of the paper. Document your findings
(maximum 2 pages).
• Your study must contain the central idea of the paper.
• You should not copy any text verbatim, or copy any images/tables from the paper.
• You may create your own block diagram to highlight a flow or an approach.
Submission Instruction:
• PDF file containing all answers, and images/ screenshots.
• Upload the .ZIP file on Brightspace.
• Submission Due: Apr 20, 2020 at 11:59 pm (midnight)