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A Security Aware User Access Privileges in Cloud through Fuzzy Reasoning Approach

International Journal of Distributed and Cloud Computing

Volume 2 Issue 2

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: R. Poorvadevi, S. Rajalakshmi | Author(s) Affiliation: SCSVMV University, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India.
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So far, the web browsers act as a major cloud client, used to access the computational resources from the public cloud with online connectivity. In these cases, there is a possibility of security issues related to the resources which are shared through online, untrusted public channel service access, in secured protocol usages on cloud services. So to eliminate these problems, a new on-demand security service needs to be introduced in the cloud computing environment. Cloud computing is a forum which offers massive amount of resources to its end users. As cloud providers offer tremendous services to the stakeholders, still there is a security lacking in cloud. Even though cloud is offering security as-a-service, still customers are afraid to use that service which is offered by the cloud service provider itself, because they are maintaining and storing lots of confidential information on cloud database. Number of security solutions and measurements are coming with the new scope to prevent the customer owning data in cloud. Still, we are getting the security solution up to 79% only. So, this proposed model will be a suitable approach for cloud users to safeguard their data. Using this, we can obtain the efficient security outcomes by getting the distinguished kind of input values from the users and justifying identity of users by setting access parameter values to prove the authenticity through the fuzzy reasoning technique.

Keywords: Cloud Vendor, Fuzzy Reasoning, Cloud Service Provider, Input Recognizer, Hytrust Data Control

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