Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology (AJCST)
Research Key Techniques of Data Security in Public CloudAuthor : Sheik Saidhbi
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 40-43
Internet working security has become one of the biggest uprising points of concern now days. People are getting attached more and more to the internet in order to fulfill their demands. Not only customers but also the IT based companies are also getting themselves relying on up growing technology called as cloud computing. Cloud is a branch of computer science that provides the services on lease. In this paper we will make a comparative analysis of various technical security issues towards cloud computing, cloud deployment based security and model based security issues. A comparative analysis has been made at the end of the paper.
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