CLOUD SERVICES WITH SECURITY PRESERVATION AND ADMISSION CONTROL SCHEME

E. Sulamithi, Pathri Dheeraja

Abstract


In the literature, many techniques have been proposed to preserve the privacy of data contents through access control. In literary works, previous work focused on the privacy of data content, as well as on access control, while less emphasis was placed on supervisory privileges, as well as privacy. We offer almost anonymous privilege control to address data privacy issues, but also user identity privacy in the current access control system. The method to control this privilege decentralizes the central authority to reduce the flight of identity, thus acquiring almost anonymity and schematic tolerance against the concessions of power. It allows servers in the cloud to administer access privileges to a user who is free to know their identity information and the proposed scheme can defend the privacy of the user against each authority.


Keywords


Access Control; Cloud Servers; Semi-Anonymity; Privilege Control; Data Contents; Data Privacy; Central Authority;

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