Improved Performance for Secured Authentication in User Devices and Cloud Environment

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In the last few years, various researchers have identified that securing the cloud environment requires quite a challenging decision to be made as identifying the correct security parameter is difficult. This paper presents” SRAAM: Secure Resource Access Authentication Mechanism”, a collaborative framework between user mobile device and cloud infrastructure, for authenticating user and device credentials. An experimental prototype is done for proof of concept and performance matrices are evaluated based on the important decision making parameters. Also, a novel model called as Integrated Framework for Cloud Security (IFCS) that performs mainly three task i) faster and robust user authentication, ii) maintaining anonymity of data storage location, and iii) securing the virtualization platform. An experimental approach is adopted in order to testify the proposed system. Total algorithm processing time in contrast to frequently adopted security protocols in existing system.




R.S*, V., Pujeri, R. V., & M, I. (2020). Improved Performance for Secured Authentication in User Devices and Cloud Environment. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(5), 1760–1769.

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