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- Security and Privacy Issues in Cloud Computing
- Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing: A Survey
- Opportunities and Challenges of Cloud Computing to Improve Health Care Services
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Security and Privacy Issues in Cloud Computing
Cloud computing security or, more simply, cloud security refers to a broad set of policies, technologies, applications, and controls utilized to protect virtualized IP, data, applications, services, and the associated infrastructure of cloud computing. It is a sub-domain of computer security , network security , and, more broadly, information security. Cloud computing and storage provide users with capabilities to store and process their data in third-party data centers. When an organization elects to store data or host applications on the public cloud, it loses its ability to have physical access to the servers hosting its information. As a result, potentially sensitive data is at risk from insider attacks. According to a Cloud Security Alliance report, insider attacks are one of the top seven biggest threats in cloud computing. Additionally, data centers must be frequently monitored for suspicious activity.
Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing: A Survey
Cloud computing is a new way of delivering computing resources and services. Many managers and experts believe that it can improve health care services, benefit health care research, and change the face of health information technology. However, as with any innovation, cloud computing should be rigorously evaluated before its widespread adoption. This paper discusses the concept and its current place in health care, and uses 4 aspects management, technology, security, and legal to evaluate the opportunities and challenges of this computing model. Strategic planning that could be used by a health organization to determine its direction, strategy, and resource allocation when it has decided to migrate from traditional to cloud-based health services is also discussed. Cloud computing refers to an on-demand, self-service Internet infrastructure that enables the user to access computing resources anytime from anywhere [ 1 ].
Considering the security and privacy within the cloud there are various threats to the user's sensitive data on cloud storage. This paper is survey.
Opportunities and Challenges of Cloud Computing to Improve Health Care Services
Cloud Computing is continuously evolving and showing consistent growth in the field of computing. It is getting popularity by providing different computing services as cloud storage, cloud hosting, and cloud servers etc. On the other side there are lots of issues related to the cloud security and privacy. Security is still critical challenge in the cloud computing paradigm. This paper is survey on the security and privacy issues and available solutions.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Cloud computing transforms the way information technology IT is consumed and managed, promising improved cost efficiencies, accelerated innovation, faster time-to-market, and the ability to scale applications on demand Leighton, According to Gartner, while the hype grew exponentially during and continued since, it is clear that there is a major shift towards the cloud computing model and that the benefits may be substantial Gartner Hype-Cycle,