Project Duration: 2015-2019
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 addressed the open issues with developing an Oblivious Cloud storage architecture.
Students: Maithilee P Joshi (MS Computer Science, 2018), Vaishali Narkhede (MS Computer Science, 2016)
This project was sponsored by Office of Naval Research.
This project was a result of joint collaboration between UMBC and USNA.
- Maithilee P Joshi, Karuna Pande Joshi, and Tim Finin, “Attribute Based Encryption for Secure Access to Cloud Based EHR Systems”, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD), July 2018.
- Maithilee P Joshi, Sudip Mittal, Karuna Pande Joshi, and Tim Finin, “Semantically Rich, Oblivious Access Control Using ABAC for Secure Cloud Storage”, Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Edge Computing, June 2017.
- Vaishali Narkhede, Karuna Pande Joshi, Tim Finin, Seung Geol Choi, Adam Aviv, and Daniel S Roche, “Managing Cloud Storage Obliviously”, Proceedings of International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD), June 2016.