Big Data Analytics and Security in Healthcare IndustryAuthor : K. Rohitha, V. Bhagyasree, K. Kusuma and S. Kokila
Volume 8 No.3 Special Issue:June 2019 pp 90-93
Big data analytics plays a major role in today’s industry which insisted to use big data analytics for the analysis of previous data. Patient record keeping is very much important to track the history of the patient. According to the patient previous records, decision is made. Large volumes of data are created on a daily basis and this data is used in decision making process. But, health care industry has not sensed the potential benefits from big data analytics. To address this need, four big data analytics capabilities were identified. In addition to four, five capabilities were proposed which provides practical insights for administrator. On the other way, data security plays a key role in health care industry. In order to overcome this, a new architecture is proposed for the implementation to IOT and process scalable sensor data for health care systems. This paper focuses on data security so that we can make use of potential capabilities and benefits of big data analytics in a better way.
Big Data Analytics, Big Data Analytics Capabilities, Internet of Things, Healthcare
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