Security of Health Related Sensitive Data using Modern Cryptography

Authors : Dr. Preeti Patil, Shubham Davate, Rishikesh Jagtap, Rishikesh Devkate, Apoorv Gajbhe.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 1 - January

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Every person on this earth lives with certain kind of lifestyle irrespective of health concern. Due to fast growing life-style, Nobody gives time health related problems. Whenever we visit hospital for minor health related problems and then later ignore precautions and treatment cause. But due to this anyone health can possibly reflected into major serious health issue. So it is very important for everyone to take care of their health first. This project uses modern security technique for providing very useful and highly secure online medical science application for overcoming such facts. Here we have presented an idea of online scheme for sharing, transferring, storing and maintaining database related to person’s health in very secure way. It will simply focus on maintaining integrity of data on cloud. For this, we have used technique of modern cryptography specifically a fully homomorphism encryption technique and applied for attributes based encrypted data of every patient. This is a head technique we are going to use which will actually encrypt on already encrypted data. Our scheme will also help the service for patient for finding best doctor for best treatment. Henceforth, our system will surely useful for medical science field for providing best treatment to patients and to give satisfaction for every individual in view of their health.


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