Abstract: Recent advancements in remote healthcare systems have attracted the attention of the IT industry, which can now offer solutions that are both widely used and simple to set up. Using computer resources as a service provided via the internet on demand is known as cloud computing. These systems provide a platform for the fully automated and ubiquitous exchange of medical knowledge, data, applications, and underpinning. Privacy and communication security would increase users' trust in such remote healthcare solutions. This study describes a cloud-based infrastructure for safe data for the healthcare industry. The research effort reported here is broken down into two categories: first, it attempts to protect key generation based on SHA algorithms, and second, it ensures patient privacy by securely maintaining electronic medical records (EMRs) in a hospital or clinical community cloud. According to the assessment and study, Hybrid Security approaches provide considerable security measures due to their very effective key generation process. It builds a private cloud where private patient data can be kept. Healthcare firms adopting public cloud services also gain from scalability. By eliminating both active and passive threats from the cloud network environment, these outcomes lead to the achievement of data confidentiality, data integrity, authentication, and authorization. The original data in this module is encrypted into two distinct values. Before being stored on the cloud, the data in each slice can be encrypted using various cryptographic algorithms and an encryption key.

Keywords: Healthcare, Fog Computing, Security, Framework, Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), Data Encryption Standard (DES), Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA), Encryption, Decryption, Convergent, Privilege.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.124163

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