Conceptual multilateral security framework for authentication of cloud computing services

  • Manoj Kumar M, Dr. Nandakumar A N


Today entire IT world revolving around Data. The current generation of IT industry in more than 4.0
it is DATA generation as the data getting consumed and prorogated each and every second. For
example Face book, Twitter etc…Security another very important key factor affecting entire IT industry
today. Data Security is a typical problem what IT World facing today. After the invention of cloud there
are so many techniques which are evolved like Trusted Party service, Security policies to protect data
etc.., After successful research it is observed that most of the tenants on cloud process their data in
shared model because of the cost. Now the question is how to protect this data? There are so many
protocols or techniques available to protect the data. Multilateral system architecture [6] is one of the
latest concepts to protect the data. In this mechanism set of rules will be designed to access and process
the data. Now the question is how to protect this multilateral architecture which is protecting the data.
Password authentication is one of the widely used authentication technique. It is effective, simple,
and accurate, with no extra cost. The strength of password [6] depends on the how effective password is
generated to protect the system. The demand is very clear and simple. In this paper, we develop a
password generation system by using conceptual framework design to secure policies generated by
multilateral system. The security will be two level security policies. Initially the system will be
developed to generate dynamic password using set of rules and then same will be used to authenticate
the user while processing the data. So the entire conceptual framework will be designed such a way that
it provides more security for the multilateral system in the cloud.