An integrated methodology for big data classification and security for improving cloud systems data mobility

Ismail Hababeh, Ammar Gharaibeh, Samer Nofal, Issa Khalil

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Abstract

The expand trend of cloud data mobility led to malicious data threats that necessitate using data protection techniques. Most cloud system applications contain valuable and confidential data, such as personal, trade, or health information. Threats on such data may put the cloud systems that hold these data at high risk. However, traditional security solutions are not capable of handling the security of big data mobility. The current security mechanisms are insufficient for big data due to their shortage of determining the data that should be protected or due to their intractable time complexity. Therefore, the demand for securing mobile big data has been increasing rapidly to avoid any potential risks. This paper proposes an integrated methodology to classify and secure big data before executing data mobility, duplication, and analysis. The necessity of securing big data mobility is determined by classifying the data according to the risk impact level of their contents into two categories; confidential and public. Based on the classification category, the impact of data security is studied and substantiated on the confidential data in the scope of Hadoop Distributed File System. It is revealed that the proposed approach can significantly improve the cloud systems data mobility.

Original languageEnglish
Article number8594554
Pages (from-to)9153-9163
Number of pages11
JournalIEEE Access
Volume7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019

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Keywords

  • Big data classification
  • data security
  • HDFS
  • metadata
  • risk impact level

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  • Computer Science(all)
  • Materials Science(all)
  • Engineering(all)

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An integrated methodology for big data classification and security for improving cloud systems data mobility. / Hababeh, Ismail; Gharaibeh, Ammar; Nofal, Samer; Khalil, Issa.

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Hababeh, Ismail ; Gharaibeh, Ammar ; Nofal, Samer ; Khalil, Issa. / An integrated methodology for big data classification and security for improving cloud systems data mobility. In: IEEE Access. 2019 ; Vol. 7. pp. 9153-9163.
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