Trust Model in Cloud Computing Based on Quality of Protection
Today, trust is considered as a biggest challenge and a critical factor in the cloud computing. Many organizations want to move towards cloud for giving secure access and secure transmission of their data to the data user but due to lack in trust in cloud security services organization hesitate to move towards cloud. This paper proposes a new trust model based on the quality of protection of services offered by the cloud provider to the data owner or organization. Trust is build between cloud provider and the organization based on the cloud provider ability to provide resources. In order to provide this a service level agreement is build between the cloud provider and the organization based on the organization security requirements and the cloud provider security services capabilities. Trust values are calculated using the three core security parameters which are confidentiality, data integrity and availability.
Keywords: Security, confidentiality, integrity, availability, trust, cloud computing, quality of protection, cloud provider, cloud user, data owner
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