Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology (AJCST)
Big Data Security and Privacy IssuesAuthor : Gayatri Kapil, Alka Agrawal and R. A. Khan
Volume 7 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 128-133
Big data gradually become a hot topic of research and business and has been growing at exponential rate. It is a combination of structured, semi-structured & unstructured data which is generated constantly through various sources from different platforms like web servers, mobile devices, social network, private and public cloud etc. Big data is used in many organisations and enterprises, big data security and privacy have been increasingly concerned. However, there is a clear contradiction between the large data security and privacy and the widespread use of big data. In this paper, we have indicated challenges of security and privacy in big data. Then, we have presented some possible methods and techniques to ensure big data security and privacy.
Big Data, Big Data Dimensions, Security and Privacy
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