A Multi-level Self-Controllable Authentication in Distributed m-Healthcare Cloud Environments
A.Yogananda, Chepuri Sai Teja, , ,
Secrecy in the distributed m-healthcare cloud computing reflect concurrently attaining data confidentiality and identity privacy with high efficiency in this connection Cloud Computing providing several advantages to service providers and to customers, Hence it have a good preference in the technical world. The health care industries are growing in various fields over the few years. For the patients and doctors or to other physicians the communication is an important requirement for the inquiries and suggestions. The m-Healthcare cloud computing is significantly providing such type of communication for efficient patient treatment and medical consultation by sharing the personal health information to health care service providers (Hospitals, Research Centres etc. ). Even though a service is good there are some privacy breaches in the present scenario they are following. They are (1) Data Confidentiality and (2) Patient’s Identity Privacy. Much existing access and authentication schemes introduced by several types of research but they cannot be exploited in a straightforward manner. To solve this issue, in this paper we propose an Authorized Accessible Privacy Model (AAPM). By this, a patient can authorize a physician by setting a multi-level access tree of threshold predicates. According to this, we introduce a new technique called attribute-based designated verifier signature for multi-level patient self-controllable authentication in cloud computing environment realizing three levels of privacy and security requirement in distributed m-Healthcare cloud computing system. The three levels of authentication involve directly authorized a physician, indirectly authorized physician and unauthorized persons for medical consultation and decipher the personal health information and to verify the identities by satisfying the access with the help of their own set of attributes.
A.Yogananda and Chepuri Sai Teja ," A Multi-level Self-Controllable Authentication in Distributed m-Healthcare Cloud Environments”, International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, Volume 3, Issue 8, August-2016, pp. 436-440
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