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Towards Performance Evaluation of Cloud Service Providers for Cloud Data Security

Towards Performance Evaluation of Cloud Service Providers for Cloud Data Security
Towards Performance Evaluation of Cloud Service Providers for Cloud Data Security
Today’s data is sensitive that requires privacy and security both from the cloud service providers (CSP) as well as from users in its all the form of data states: data at rest, while transferring data, enquiring data, and processing the data. Cloud computing has been applied in the health sector, national security services, banking and other business and companies that store confidential data into the cloud as we have seen in recent years. Therefore, information and data security is a crucial issue that needs to be addressed thoroughly in the cloud computing business. This research deals with the performance analysis of recent cloud data security models. This paper proposes cloud data security models based on Business Process Modeling Notations (BPMN) and simulation results can reveal performances issues related to data security as part of any organizations initiative on Business process management (BPM).
Cloud service provider (CSP), Business process management (BPM), Business process modeling (BPMN), Cloud computing, Data security
0268-4012
618-625
Ramachandran, Muthu
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Chang, Victor
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Ramachandran, Muthu
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Chang, Victor
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Ramachandran, Muthu and Chang, Victor (2016) Towards Performance Evaluation of Cloud Service Providers for Cloud Data Security. International Journal of Information Management, 36 (4), 618-625. (doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2016.03.005).

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Abstract

Today’s data is sensitive that requires privacy and security both from the cloud service providers (CSP) as well as from users in its all the form of data states: data at rest, while transferring data, enquiring data, and processing the data. Cloud computing has been applied in the health sector, national security services, banking and other business and companies that store confidential data into the cloud as we have seen in recent years. Therefore, information and data security is a crucial issue that needs to be addressed thoroughly in the cloud computing business. This research deals with the performance analysis of recent cloud data security models. This paper proposes cloud data security models based on Business Process Modeling Notations (BPMN) and simulation results can reveal performances issues related to data security as part of any organizations initiative on Business process management (BPM).

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Accepted/In Press date: 14 March 2016
Published date: 1 August 2016
Keywords: Cloud service provider (CSP), Business process management (BPM), Business process modeling (BPMN), Cloud computing, Data security
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 390478
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/390478
ISSN: 0268-4012
PURE UUID: 11822007-0d01-447e-bc29-7e6802f0b12b

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Date deposited: 28 Mar 2016 16:20
Last modified: 16 Dec 2019 20:01

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