Security and Trust Model for Data Disaster-Recovery Service on the Cloud
To cope with the security challenges posed by providing disaster-recovery services on the cloud, a data disaster-recovery model is proposed based on a three-dimension data split scheme. This model presents higher security, data privacy and time efficiency than conventional security methods for cloud storage service. Besides, it will not bring too much extra costs on cloud storage resources. And taking storage price of Amazon S3 as an example, this model only costs less than 20 cents a month for extra storage price as the backup files are TB level.
Keywordsdisaster-recovery cloud security trust data segment
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 3.Pearson, S., Benameur, A.: Privacy, Security and Trust issues Arising from Cloud Computing. In: The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, pp. 693–702. IEEE PressGoogle Scholar
- 4.Feng, J., Chen, Y., Ku, W., Liu, P.: Analysis of Integrity Vulnerabilities and a Non-repudiation Protocol for Cloud Data Storage Platforms. In: The 2010 39th International Conference on Parallel Processing Workshops, pp. 251–258. IEEE Press (2010)Google Scholar
- 5.Khan, K.M.: Security Dynamics of Cloud Computing. Cutter IT Journal, 38–43 (June/July 2009)Google Scholar
- 6.Sato, H., Kanai, A., Tanimoto, S.: A Cloud Trust Model in a Security Aware Cloud. In: The 2010 10th IEEE/IPSJ International Symposium on Applications and the Internet, pp. 121–124. IEEE Press (2010)Google Scholar
- 8.Heiser, J., Nicolett, M.: Assessing the Security Risks of Cloud Computing. Gartner Inc. (June 2008)Google Scholar
- 9.Chen, Z., Yao, W.B., Xiao, D., Wu, C.H., Liu, J.Y., Wang, C.: ESSA: An Efficient and Secure Splitting Algorithm for Distributed Storage Systems. China Communications 04, 89–95 (2010)Google Scholar