Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science


Author’s Name : P Santhiya

Volume 04 Issue 03 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 242-244

Abstract –This paper proposes an enhanced model for CDA Generation and Integration with the Security model and also with Multi-user Model. In the existing system, both Security and Multi-user model features found missing, so addition of those makes the system better Performance and reliable among Cloud users. Miserably, cloud based secured data sharing with a multi-owner feature with secured data sharing is till today found as a challenging task, it is because of the continual membership changes. As the enhancement to the existing model, here we recommend the security and multi-user model features based Secure CDA for dynamic user models in the cloud. By combining the model of group signature with dynamic broadcast encryption scenario, the secured data can be shared with the users securely in the cloud system. From the existing system model, our proposed model has the enriched features of: Secured Cloud data Storage, Dynamically changing group members, file Security, and user revocation modules.

Keywords – Cloud Computing, Medical Records, Medical Communication System, Interoperability and Fine Grained Data Access Model


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