Deduplication on encrypted big data in cloud
Cloud computing offers a new way of service provision by re-arranging various resources over the Internet. The most important and popular cloud service is data storage. In order to preserve the privacy of data holders, data are often stored in cloud in an encrypted form. However, encrypted data introduce new challenges for cloud data deduplication, which becomes crucial for big data storage and processing in cloud. Traditional deduplication schemes cannot work on encrypted data. Existing solutions of encrypted data deduplication suffer from security weakness. They cannot flexibly support data access control and revocation. Therefore, few of them can be readily deployed in practice. In this paper, we propose a scheme to deduplicate encrypted data stored in cloud based on ownership challenge and proxy re-encryption. It integrates cloud data deduplication with access control. We evaluate its performance based on extensive analysis and computer simulations. The results show the superior efficiency and effectiveness of the scheme for potential practical deployment, especially for big data deduplication in cloud storage.
proxy re-encryption, Access control, big data, cloud computing, data deduplication
IEEE Transactions on Big Data
YAN, Zheng; DING, Wenxiu; YU, Xixun; ZHU, Haiqi; and DENG, Robert H..
Deduplication on encrypted big data in cloud. (2016). IEEE Transactions on Big Data. 2, (2), 138-150. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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