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E-mail: hpgunalanit@gmail.com
College: Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College
Twitter: @hpgunalanit
University: Pondic...
 The next wave of technology, promising a step change in results, is Social
media, Mobile, Analytics, and Cloud – all com...
 There are over 1.39 billion monthly active Facebook users which is a 13
percent increase year over year.
 42% of market...
 42% of mobile phones in the US are smartphones. In Europe, the figure is
44%.
 More than 87% of phone owners access the...
 A study from IBM and Oxford University's School of Business reveals
almost two-thirds (63%) of UK and Ireland businesses...
 74% of enterprises are using some form of cloud services.
 In the last few years, cloud computing has grown from being ...
 As more and more information on individuals and companies is placed in
the cloud, concerns are beginning to grow about j...
 Solution - The data will be encrypted and stored in the cloud and it
will be again dynamically encrypted with timestamp....
 We implemented the SCUDE with DropBox as a cloud service.
DB –
Stores dynamically generated key
Server –
Encrypt and dec...
 The primary advantage is preventing hacking and cracking of data from
unauthorized source.
 Reliability and scalability...
 Today's SMAC technologies provide a robust and extensible architecture
for the long-term growth of network solutions.
 ...
Encryption Algorithms for Cloud
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Encryption Algorithms for Cloud

In this presentation, Haripriya introduces the topic of SMAC and moves on to the problem area of storage in cloud. Her interest area lies in developing algorithms that make cloud storage safer.

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Encryption Algorithms for Cloud

  1. 1. E-mail: hpgunalanit@gmail.com College: Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College Twitter: @hpgunalanit University: Pondicherry University Year/Semester: III/VI Branch: Information Technology Haripriya Gunalan
  2. 2.  The next wave of technology, promising a step change in results, is Social media, Mobile, Analytics, and Cloud – all combined into the acronym SMAC.  Social networks and Mobility are rapidly transforming our relationships with people and data.  Analytics have driven customer intimacy to previously impossible levels.  The cloud has irrevocably changed the way we store and share information.
  3. 3.  There are over 1.39 billion monthly active Facebook users which is a 13 percent increase year over year.  42% of marketers report that Facebook is critical or important to their business to promote their content and products  As of Feb 2015, LinkedIn has 347 million registered members across 200 countries.  By 2016, it is estimated that there will be around 2.13 billion social network users around the globe, up from 1.4 billion in 2012.
  4. 4.  42% of mobile phones in the US are smartphones. In Europe, the figure is 44%.  More than 87% of phone owners access the Internet or email on their handheld device.
  5. 5.  A study from IBM and Oxford University's School of Business reveals almost two-thirds (63%) of UK and Ireland businesses recognize the competitive advantage associated with Big Data.  Online retailers such as Amazon have realized increased revenues implementing Big Data.
  6. 6.  74% of enterprises are using some form of cloud services.  In the last few years, cloud computing has grown from being a promising business concept to one of the fastest growing segments of the IT industry.  Now, recession-hit companies are increasingly realizing that simply by tapping into the cloud they can gain fast access to best-of-breed business applications or drastically boost their infrastructure resources, all at negligible cost
  7. 7.  As more and more information on individuals and companies is placed in the cloud, concerns are beginning to grow about just how safe an environment it is.  The current data security in cloud is employing single/multiple encryptions via public and private key.  Existing solutions is using single way encryption and decryption techniques - NOT DYNAMIC.
  8. 8.  Solution - The data will be encrypted and stored in the cloud and it will be again dynamically encrypted with timestamp.  Retrieval - First the dynamically encrypted data is decrypted by cloud vendor (By AES algorithm) and the actual decryption is done by end user (By RSA algorithm).  SCUDE : Storage in Cloud Using Dynamic Encryption.
  9. 9.  We implemented the SCUDE with DropBox as a cloud service. DB – Stores dynamically generated key Server – Encrypt and decrypt data using AES Internet Client - One time encryption and decryption is done using RSA File Transfer File Transfer
  10. 10.  The primary advantage is preventing hacking and cracking of data from unauthorized source.  Reliability and scalability can be improved.  This algorithm provides high security with firewalls.  Data breach and data loss is the major drawback in the existing system which has been overcome in SCUDE – Our Solution.
  11. 11.  Today's SMAC technologies provide a robust and extensible architecture for the long-term growth of network solutions.  The flexibility, cost effectiveness, and transformative nature of SMAC offers a solid platform for potential growth and innovation  With our SCUDE, This next generation technology platform will be more secure and reliable.

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