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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



An Inside Attack Assessment Model For Infrastructure As A Service In Cloud Trust

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AUTHOR(S)

Jasdeep Singh, Manoj Kumar, Sukhwinder Singh Sran

 

KEYWORDS

Cloud Computing, Assessment Models, Security, Threats, Attacks.

 

ABSTRACT

In these days Cloud computing is providing us a suitable choice of computing and storage of the resources mainly for the business in which user “pay per usage”. But most of the organizations are not using the cloud due to the lack of the trust on the service provider. Nowadays data breaches in cloud services are also increasing year-by-year by the hackers which are trying to compromise the security of the cloud. In this work, we have performed a depth analysis of cloud trust models for the existing functional and non-functional aspects to accurately evaluate the trust of the cloud provider and the theory of assessment of the security level of insider threats. We describe the modelling methodology which captures several aspects of insider threats and shows threat assessment methodology to reveal the possible attack strategies of an insider.

 

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