Security Threats in Cloud ComputingAuthor : J. VimalRosy and S. Britto Ramesh Kumar
Volume 8 No.1 Special Issue:February 2019 pp 80-83
Day by day witnesses a wide development of information technology in the use of cloud computing, and its services shape its architecture. It is indeed, that replaces the former attempts to enrich the security strategy in cloud computing. Security is one of the major issues in the cloud computing environment. In this paper we investigate about security threads and possible solution for cloud. The paper is categorized as follows: Section I describes the cloud computing overview. Section II describes the security threats and challenges in cloud computing. Section III describes the Obstacles and vulnerabilities that can be carried out to cloud environments. Section IV describes the possible solution of the issues. Section V concludes the paper with a cloud computing security.
Cloud Computing, Cloud Security
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