A Private Cloud Data Sharing Using Secured Group Key

Devarakonda Krishna, Ch. Vengaiah, M. Aharonu


The authenticated group key transfer protocol is a new protocol for creating a secure communication between the private cloud and the number of cloud users. The private clouds maintained by the IT organizations for their own security reasons to avoid the security attacks. The security attacks can be considered as external attacks and internal attacks. The external attacks will be a passive attacks and active attacks and we have many solutions to avoid external attacks by applying encryption algorithms to our sensitive data. The internal attacks came from the internal users in IT organizations. This paper describes the secured communication in between the private cloud and the users of the cloud to avoid internal attacks in the IT organizations.

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