Digital Signal Processing

   

Secure Sharing of Personal Health Records in Cloud Using Attribute Based Encryption

Authors: Yogita Vaishnani1, Chintan Patel2, Sunil Vithlani3, Priyank Bhojak4

In emerging world of cloud computing gives wide range of functionalities. Personal Health Record (PHR) enables patients to store, share, and access personal health data in centralized way that it can be accessible from anywhere and anytime. One major problem in the existing work is the cloud to manage and secure data from the unauthorized persons. However, combining of PHR with cloud gives new horizons for medical eldest to be digitalized in centralized storage but it comes with major concern as security. There are many researchers are work in securing PHR which stored in cloud using nave approaches but it’s not enough to secure it. So there is need for new technology as Attribute based Encryption that secure PHR with providing many functionalities such as accountability, revocation of user, searching over encrypted les, delegation of other user access, searching over encrypted les, multi-authority and many more.

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