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Title: A bio-inspired model to provide data security in cloud storage
Authors: Hitaswi, N.
Chandrasekaran, K.
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: 2016 International Conference on Information Technology, InCITe 2016 - The Next Generation IT Summit on the Theme - Internet of Things: Connect your Worlds, 2017, Vol., , pp.203-208
Abstract: The demand for cloud computing is increasing rapidly because of the advantages it provides to the customers like, pay as you use, self-serving, elastic, sharing of resources, ease of use, and accessibility. Due to the increase in the usage of the technology, there exists a high chance of compromising the security of the data being stored on the cloud. The major hindrance in the usage of the technology is the security concerns which accompany it. This increases the demand for a robust security mechanism to protect the data on the cloud. So as to overcome this drawback of cloud computing, encrypting the data to be stored on the cloud is one of the solutions. As part of this paper, a security mechanism to improve the security of data in cloud storage is suggested. The security mechanism used is inspired by the bio-inspired genetic algorithm. The inspiration behind the proposed security model is an amalgamation of genetic algorithm and attribute based encryption. As per the methodology proposed the data need to be encrypted before being stored on the cloud. This way the cloud service provider is unaware of the data being stored and even if the data is compromised to some third party, there is no information leakage. � 2016 IEEE.
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