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Secure and Oblivious Cloud Storage and Deletion

Status: Past project

Project Description:
Cloud based storage services are increasingly being used by consumers for their enterprise storage needs. Cloud storage service should provide confidentiality and integrity along with high availability and reliability. These often contradicting requirements results in research challenges that this project aims to address.

This project addresses the open issues with developing an Oblivious Cloud storage architecture.

This project is a result of joint collaboration between UMBC and USNA. This project is sponsored by Office of Naval Research.

Start Date: June 2014

End Date: August 2017

Principal Investigator:
Karuna Pande Joshi

Affiliated Faculty:
Tim Finin

Students:
Maithilee P Joshi

Collaborators:
Adam Aviv
SeungGeol Choi
Daniel S Roche

Tags: cloud computing, storage, security, secure deletion, oblivious storage, oram, privacy

 

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3 Refereed Publications

2017

1. Maithilee P Joshi et al., "Semantically Rich, Oblivious Access Control Using ABAC for Secure Cloud Storage", InProceedings, Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Edge Computing, June 2017, 212 downloads.

2016

2. Vaishali Narkhede et al., "Managing Cloud Storage Obliviously", InProceedings, International Conference on Cloud Computing, June 2016, 568 downloads.

3. Daniel S Roche et al., "A Practical Oblivious Map Data Structure with Secure Deletion and History Independence.", InProceedings, IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, May 2016, 333 downloads.

 

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Research Areas:
 Cloud computing

 

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  1. (Project) Secure and Oblivious Cloud Storage and Deletion has related publication (Publication) Managing Cloud Storage Obliviously