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Ensuring Distributed Accountability

for Data Sharing in the Cloud


Abstract
Cloud Computing
Existing System
Proposed System
System Design
Modules
System Requirement Specification
References
Agenda
Users fears of losing the control of their own data, while it
is being processed by remote. To solve this problem, a new
highly decentralized information accountability framework
is proposed to track usage of users data in cloud by
providing logging and auditing mechanisms.

Abstract
The delivery of computing services over the Internet.

Cloud services allow individuals and businesses to use
software and hardware.

E.g.: Online file storage, webmail and online business
applications.

Cloud Computing
Service models

SaaS: Software as a Service

PaaS: Platform as a Service

IaaS: Infrastructure as a Service.

IPMaaS: Identity and Policy Management as a Service

Conventional access control approaches developed for
closed domains using a centralized server.
Data handling can be outsourced by the direct cloud service
provider (CSP).

Existing System

Cloud Information Accountability (CIA) framework focuses on
keeping the data usage transparent and trackable.
Logging mechanism
Auditing mechanism
Data owners can track the service-level agreements are being
honored.

Proposed System
System Design
Use case Diagram
Class diagram
Sequence Diagram
Cloud Information Accountability
Logging and Auditing Techniques
Distinct mode for Auditing
Major components of CIA(logger ad log harmonizer)
Modules
Processor - Pentium III
Speed - 1.1 GHz
RAM - 256 MB(min)
Hard Disk - 20 GB
Floppy Drive - 1.44 MB
Key Board - Standard Windows Keyboard
Mouse - Two or Three Button Mouse
Monitor - SVGA

System Requirement
Specification
Hardware Requirement:
Operating System : Windows95/98/2000/XP
Application Server : Tomcat5.0/6.X
Front End : HTML, Java, Jsp
Scripts : JavaScript.
Server side Script : Java Server Pages.
Database : Mysql 5.0
Database Connectivity : JDBC.
Software Requirement:
P.T. Jaeger, J. Lin, and J.M. Grimes, Cloud Computing and
Information Policy: Computing in a Policy Cloud?, J. Information
Technology and Politics, vol. 5, no. 3.

A. Squicciarini, S. Sundareswaran, and D. Lin, Preventing
Information Leakage from Indexing in the Cloud,.

S. Sundareswaran, A. Squicciarini, D. Lin, and S. Huang,
Promoting Distributed Accountability in the Cloud,.

References
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