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Shatilov Kirill (Novosibirsk State University), Boiko Vladislav (Novosibirsk State University), Krendelev Sergey (Novosibirsk State University), Anisutina Diana (Novosibirsk State University), Sumaneev Artem (Novosibirsk State University)
Solution for Secure Private Data Storage in a Cloud
Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems, 2014, vol. 2, s. 885-889, rys., bibliogr. 11 poz.
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Chmura obliczeniowa, Bazy danych, Szyfrowanie danych
Cloud computing, Databases, Data encryption
Cloud computing and, more particularly, cloud databases, is a great technology for remote centralized data managing. However, there are some drawbacks including privacy issues, insider threats and potential database thefts. Full encryption of remote database does solve the problem, but disables many operations that can be held on DBMS side; therefore problem requires much more complex solution and specific encryptions. In this paper, we propose a solution for secure private data storage that protects confidentiality of user's data, stored in cloud. Solution uses order preserving and homomorphic proprietary developed encryptions. Proposed approach includes analysis of user's SQL queries, encryption of vulnerable data and decryption of data selection, returned from DBMS. We have validated our approach through the implementation of SQL queries and DBMS replies processor, which will be discussed in this paper. Secure cloud database architecture and used encryptions also will be covered.(original abstract)
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