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Privacy Without Monopoly: Data Protection and Interoperability

Cloud computing has become a social phenomenon[citation needed] used by most[quantify] people every day. As with every important social phenomenon there are issues that limit its widespread adoption. In the present scenario, cloud computing is seen as a fast developing area that can instantly supply extensible services by using internet with the help of hardware and software virtualization. The biggest advantage of cloud computing is flexible lease and release of resources as per the requirement of the user. Other benefits encompass betterment in efficiency, compensating the costs in operations. It curtails down the high prices of hardware and software[1] Although, there are numerous benefits of adopting the latest cloud technology still there are privacy issues involved in cloud computing because in the cloud at any time the data can outbreak the service provider and the information is deleted purposely. There are security issues of various kinds related with cloud computing falling into two broader categories: First, the issues related to the cloud security that the cloud providers face (like software provided to the organizations, infrastructure as a service). Secondly, the issues related to the cloud security that the customers experience (organizations who store data on the cloud)[1]

Most issues start from the fact that the user loses control of his or her data, because it is stored on a computer belonging to someone else (the cloud provider).[2] This happens when the owner of the remote servers is a person or organization other than the user; as their interests may point in different directions (for example, the user may wish that his or her information is kept private, but the owner of the remote servers may want to take advantage of it for their own business). Other issues hampering the adoption of cloud technologies include the uncertainties related to guaranteed QoS provisioning, automated management, and remediation in cloud systems.[3]

Many issues relate to cloud computing, some of which are discussed here:

  1. ^ a b Gaur, A., Jain, A., & Verma, A. (2017, August). Analyzing storage and time delay by hybrid Blowfish-Md5 technique. In 2017 International Conference on Energy, Communication, Data Analytics and Soft Computing (ICECDS) (pp. 2985-2990). IEEE.
  2. ^ Haghighat, Mohammad; Zonouz, Saman; Abdel-Mottaleb, Mohamed (2015). "CloudID: Trustworthy cloud-based and cross-enterprise biometric identification". Expert Systems with Applications. 42 (21): 7905–7916. doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2015.06.025.
  3. ^ Ostberg; et al. (2017). Reliable Capacity Provisioning for Distributed Cloud/Edge/Fog Computing Applications. Networks and Communications (EuCNC), 2017 European Conference on. pp. 1–6. doi:10.1109/EuCNC.2017.7980667. ISBN 978-1-5386-3873-6.
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