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An Experimental Evaluation of Data Confidentiality Measures on the Cloud
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Management of Emergent Digital EcoSystems - MEDES '14
Due to the many advantages offered by the cloud computing paradigm, it is fast becoming an enabling technology for many organizations, and even individual users. Flexibility and availability are two of the most important features that promote the wide spread adoption of this technology. In cloud-based data storage scenarios, where the data is controlled by a third party (i.e. the cloud service provider), the data owner usually does not have full control of its data at all stages. Consequently,doi:10.1145/2668260.2668278 dblp:conf/medes/AljaferMAR14 fatcat:nvgzqxfr4va5hnsz3szmledyom