Abstract: Every business or organisation regularly collects and stores large amounts of data. Two methods that are frequently utilised to do this are cloud computing and wireless network infrastructure. Customers that use these services can perform their duties more swiftly and easily while obtaining the desired results. In order to store information in a digital database, general services use a special identifier. It might, however, have some restrictions and difficulties. The unique identifier is linked to the data owner's name, address, identity card number, and other facts. Attackers can take the complete data set by altering a unique identifier. Attackers may even use eavesdropping or educated guesses to get the necessary data. The result is a lack of data privacy protection. Therefore, wherever digital data is held, data privacy concerns must be taken into account. When using current services, there is a considerable risk that data or information will be revealed to or leaked to an unidentified user during transfer. Additionally, during exchange of information, attacks against services, such as impersonating and forgery attacks, may occur. This study suggests using a palm vein-based biometric authentication method to assuage these concerns. The database record is made anonymous, and the data is adequately protected, using a pseudonym generation approach. This protects information and data from unauthorised access. The suggested remedy can stop information breaches, and a user's genuine identity is never revealed.

INDEX TERMS: Data preservation, pseudonym, anonymity, unlink ability, and palm vein authentication

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2022.11758

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