Security Enhancement for Data Migration in the Cloud
AbstractIn today’s society, cloud computing has significantly impacted nearly every section of our lives and business structures. Cloud computing is, without any doubt, one of the strategic directions for many companies and the most dominating infrastructure for enterprises as long as end users. Instead of buying IT equipment (hardware and/or software) and managing it themselves, many organizations today prefer to buy services from IT service providers. The number of service providers increase dramatically and the cloud is becoming the tools of choice for more cloud storage services. However, as more personal information and data are moved to the cloud, into social media sites, DropBox, Baidu WangPan, etc., data security and privacy issues are questioned. Daily, academia and industry seek to find an efficient way to secure data migration in the cloud. Various solution approaches and encryption techniques have been implemented. In this work, we will discuss some of these approaches and evaluate the popular ones in order to find the elements that affect system performance. Finally, we will propose a model that enhances data security and privacy by combining Advanced Encryption Standard-256, Information Dispersal Algorithms and Secure Hash Algorithm-512. Our protocol achieves provable security assessments and fast execution times for medium thresholds. View Full-Text
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Ngnie Sighom, J.R.; Zhang, P.; You, L. Security Enhancement for Data Migration in the Cloud. Future Internet 2017, 9, 23.
Ngnie Sighom JR, Zhang P, You L. Security Enhancement for Data Migration in the Cloud. Future Internet. 2017; 9(3):23.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ngnie Sighom, Jean R.; Zhang, Pin; You, Lin. 2017. "Security Enhancement for Data Migration in the Cloud." Future Internet 9, no. 3: 23.
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