A Novel Open Security Framework for Cloud Computing

Devki Gaurav Pal, Ravi Krishna, Prashant Srivastava, Sushil Kumar, Monark Bag, Vrijendra Singh

Abstract


The evolution of cloud computing enables organizations to reduce their expenditure on IT infrastructure and is advantageous to both the serving and served organizations. But security issue is major concern in adoption of cloud. This paper focuses on the problem of lack of security considerations in Service Level Agreements and top security threats and vulnerability which are suggested by security experts. The Security framework for end to end security in cloud computing has also been proposed in the present work. This paper also draws attention on need of Open Security Framework. Proposed framework is developed by collective participation of security experts, practitioners, Cloud Service Providers and Clients. It is in line with various government policies, legislation and standards like ISO 27000 series, SOX, HIPPA, COBIT, ITIL etc. to comply with them. This step will boost mutual trust and privacy of participants.

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