Cloud Cryptography

\r\n Cryptography in the cloud employs encryption techniques to secure data that will be used or stored in the cloud. It allows users to conveniently and securely access shared cloud services, as any data that is hosted by cloud providers is protected with encryption. Cryptography in the cloud protects sensitive data without delaying information exchange. Crypto cloud computing is a new[neutrality is disputed] secure cloud computing architecture. Cloud computing is a large-scale distributed computing model that is driven by economies of scale. It integrates a set of abstracted, virtualized, dynamically-scalable, and managed resources, such as computing power, storage, platforms, and services. External users can access to resources over the Internet using terminals, especially mobile terminals. Cloud architectures are developed in on-demand fashion. That is, the resources are dynamically assigned to a user according to his request, and relinquished after the job is done Cloud computing is a pool of services including the hardware and operating system infrastructure, the formation of systems management software, system and platform, and virtualization components. According to the level of its resources, cloud computing services can be divided into three categories, Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Platform as a service (PaaS), and Software as a service (SaaS)

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  • Cloud Cryptography and Security
  • Cloud Encryption and Crypto Management
  • Potential Threats
  • Importance of Crypto Cloud Computing

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