An Enforcement of Guaranteed Client Level Defensive Mechanism in Public Cloud Services
Prof. R. Poorvadevi, S.Keerthana, V.S. Ghethalaxmipriya, K. Venkatasailokesh, ,
Affiliations Assistant Professor1, Department of computer science and engineering, SCSVMV University, Kanchipuram, India
In the current era of cloud computing, the distinct enterprise information technology (IT) and business decision makers analyze the security implications of cloud computing to their business for the benefit of improving the business agility. Cloud has been playing a major role in the various multidisciplinary domains. Recent survey stated that 70% research issues are focusing on cloud security domain. Although, cloud is providing the huge amount of services to the users, still the client end level security problem is not completely eradicated. So, there is a major focus on improving and finding the solution for cloud security to know the various potential risks in the customer end. Several large cloud vendors have signaled practical implementations of the security mechanism, primarily to protect the cloud infrastructure from insider threats and advanced persistent threats. So, the proposed model brings the solution for giving the guaranteed type of cloud services in an attack free manner to the web clients. This could be achieved through the technique of client level guaranteed security system defensive approach. This mechanism will majorly operates on how to protect the user authentication procedures, security,policies, security layered approach from the client level transactions. The proposed work will be simulated on the cloud sim tool, through which end-users will obtain the better security solution in the public cloud environment.
Prof. R. Poorvadevi et.al, “An Enforcement of Guaranteed Client Level Defensive Mechanism in Public Cloud Services”, International Journal Of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(1):20-24, February-2017.
Keywords : Cloud vendor, public cloud security, cloud service provider, cloud customer, defensive model, cloud sim, data centre, and virtual machine
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