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Attribute based encryption for secure sharing of E-health data
Published in IOP Publishing
Volume: 263
Issue: 4
Distributed computing is one of the developing innovations in IT part and information security assumes a real part. It includes sending gathering of remote server and programming that permit the unified information and online access to PC administrations. Distributed computing depends on offering of asset among different clients are additionally progressively reallocated on interest. Cloud computing is a revolutionary computing paradigm which enables flexible, on-demand and low-cost usage of computing resources. The reasons for security and protection issues, which rise on the grounds that the health information possessed by distinctive clients are put away in some cloud servers rather than under their own particular control"z. To deal with security problems, various schemes based on the Attribute-Based Encryption have been proposed. In this paper, in order to make ehealth data's more secure we use multi party in cloud computing system. Where the health data is encrypted using attributes and key policy. And the user with a particular attribute and key policy alone will be able to decrypt the health data after it is verified by "key distribution centre" and the "secure data distributor". This technique can be used in medical field for secure storage of patient details and limiting to particular doctor access. To make data's scalable secure we need to encrypt the health data before outsourcing. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
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