Securing health industry data using modern ceaser cipher technique

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In recent years a wide range of wearable health care applications have been deployed. The rapid increase in wearable devices allows the transfer of patient personal information between different devices, at the same time personal health and wellness information of patients can be attacked. There are many techniques that are used for protecting patient information in medical and wearable devices. In this research a comparative study of the complexity for cyber security architecture and its application in health care industry has been carried out. Using ceaser cipher the encryption and decryption process will be carried out to secure the hospital data from third parties.




Reddybathula, S. R., Kiran Kumar, K., Vandanapu, D., & Guduri, M. (2019). Securing health industry data using modern ceaser cipher technique. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 7(6), 1256–1259.

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