Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2012
Volume: 11
Issue: 3
Page No. 83 - 93

Cloud Zones: Security and Privacy Issues in Cloud Computing

Authors : B. Jaya Chandrareddy, G. Uma Mahesh and Sreekanth Bandi

Abstract: In meteorology, the most destructive extra tropical cyclones evolve with the formation of a bent-back front and cloud head separated from the main polar-front creating a zone that completely encircles a pocket of warm air with colder air. The most damaging winds occur near the tip of the zone. The cloud zone formation provides a useful analogy for cloud computing in which the most acute obstacles with outsourced services (the cloud zone) are security and privacy issues. This study identifies key issues which are believed to have long-term significance in cloud computing security and privacy, based on documented problems and exhibited weaknesses.

How to cite this article:

B. Jaya Chandrareddy, G. Uma Mahesh and Sreekanth Bandi, 2012. Cloud Zones: Security and Privacy Issues in Cloud Computing. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 11: 83-93.

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