Securing Personal Health Records in Cloud Utilizing Multi Authority Attribute Based Encryption
Meghana A, Gaddam Gowthami, Mahendrakar Kavitha Bai, M.Srilakshmi,
Affiliations Department of IT, G.Pullaiah College of Engineering and Technology. Kurnool JNTU Anatapur, Andhra Pradesh, India
Personal health record is keep up in the bring together server to keep up patient’s personal and diagnosis
information Personal health record (PHR) is a developing patient-driven model of wellbeing data trade, which is regularly
outsourced to be put away at an outsider, for example, cloud providers. Nonetheless, there have been wide security concerns as
personal health data could be presented to those outsider servers and to unapproved gatherings. The security plans are utilized
to ensure individual information from free. To guarantee the patients' control over access to their PHRs, it is a swearing up and
down to method to scramble the PHRs before outsourcing .In this paper we propose novel patient-driven framework and suite of
component for information access control to PHR's put away in semi trusted servers. To accomplish fine-grained and versatile
information access control for PHRs, we influence attribute based encryption (ABE) methods to scramble each patient’s PHR
record. Information holder redesigns the Personal information into outsider cloud server farms. Various information managers can
get to the same information values. Our scheme helps effective on-interest client/attribute renouncement
Meghana A,Gaddam Gowthami,Mahendrakar Kavitha Bai,M.Srilakshmi."Securing Personal Health Records in Cloud Utilizing Multi Authority Attribute Based Encryption". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.1, Issue 04,pp.214-219, OCTOBER - 2014, URL :https://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V1I48.pdf,
Keywords : Attribute-based encryption, cloud computing, data privacy, fine-grained access control, Personal health records,
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