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Sheikh, Abdullah, Munro, Malcolm & Budgen, David (2019), Cost and Effect of Using Scheduling Security Model in a Cloud Environment, 6th IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Cloud Computing (CSCloud 2019). Paris, France, IEEE, 95-101.

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Resource scheduling is concerned with selecting the
most appropriate resources to meet the needs of consumers.
This is a complex task in Cloud Computing because of the
large amount of available resources such as applications and
data storage facilities. This is compounded further when security
issues and quality of service are also factored in. A Scheduling
Security Model (SSM) for Cloud Computing has been developed
to address these issues. This paper will apply the SSM model
on some examples with different scenarios to investigate the cost
and the effect on the service requested by customers.