Date of Award

3-2017

Culminating Project Type

Starred Paper

Degree Name

Information Assurance: M.S.

Department

Information Assurance and Information Systems

College

Herberger School of Business

First Advisor

Susantha Herath

Second Advisor

Dennis Guster

Third Advisor

Sneh Kalia

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

Keywords and Subject Headings

SECURITY AND DATA DEDUPLICATION USING HYBRID CLOUD TECHNOLOGY

Abstract

Data de-duplication is a method used to compress information aiding in the removal of duplicate copies of information. It has been effective in cloud storage; it decreases the required storage space to secure such data by considering de-duplication this concurrent method has been projected.

Making sure that a company secures its data is very important. As such, this paper formally addresses the approval of data de-duplication. While it is similar to the common customary de-duplication, data de-duplication takes into consideration the different benefits of customers. In the same way, introducing fewer new copy checks for engineers could increase new de-duplication development supporting techniques. Security investigation have shown the strategy is secure concerning the descriptions shown in the projected security model.

This paper will actualize a prototype of a suggested, sanctioned copy check plan and perform experiments using the prototype. The study will demonstrate that the proposed prototype causes inconsequential overhead-differentiated archetypal processes.

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