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A Secure Mechanism for Safeguarding Cloud Infrastructure

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Security is frequently viewed as the largest impediment to a cloud-based approach, but in actuality, it can be the majorenabler. Cloud security guarantees that your information and apps are easily accessible to authorized users. In this paper, we shall be putting forward, the cloud ecosystem's security concerns. The most crucial concerns for the popularity of cloud computing services are privacy and security. Here we try to depict a study of data that is hosted on the cloud and the issues in its security. The study will examine the particular data protection practices used globally to offer optimum data security while reducing threats and risks. Although many apps benefit by having access to data on the cloud, but doing so poses concerns since it makes data accessible to apps that could already contain security flaws. Analog to this, data may be at risk if a guest OS operates on top of the hypervisor, without consideration for dependability of the guest OS, resulting in a flaw in security. The paper ends with a case study where the request has been classified as safe or malicious. If the malicious request is identified, then these requests are to be discarded so that the cloud remains safe. The classification has been conducted using Machine Learning and Deep Learning concepts and an accuracy of 85% has been achieved.

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Pratyush, K., Prasad, V.K., Mehta, R., Bhavsar, M. (2022). A Secure Mechanism for Safeguarding Cloud Infrastructure. In: Rajagopal, S., Faruki, P., Popat, K. (eds) Advancements in Smart Computing and Information Security. ASCIS 2022. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1760. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-23095-0_11

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