Self-destruction of data at rest in cloud
Author(s):
P R Kuber Gupta
Keywords:
data, on premises, off premises, work stations, terminals, cloud, time to live, self-destruction, administration overhead, integrity of data
Abstract
Data being an important asset for an organization, individual or community preserving integrity of data is an important task to be achieved. Data can be stored either on premises or off premises. Here on premises refers to data storage in work stations, terminals etc. off premises refers to data stored in cloud. Data that is residing on or off premises should be deleted once our use with it is finished. This can be achieved by deleting data manually but destroying data manually is not efficient process because this might create ambiguity for admin who is managing data. And when storing data in cloud we have to pay even for the data that we are not using, this issue can be resolved by configuring self-destruction of data. The main motto of this concept is that data will be destroyed on its own without human intervention depending on the time to live that is the amount of time that the data should be available. This can reduce administration overhead and can increase the integrity of data.
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Unique Paper ID: 151143

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 12

Page(s): 68 - 71
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