Enhancement in privacy preservation in cloud computing using apriori algorithm

Raniah Ali Mustafa, Haitham Salman Chyad, Jinan Redha Mutar

Abstract


Cloud computing provides advantages, like flexibly of space, security, cost optimization, accessibility from any remote location. Because of this factor cloud computing is emerging as in primary data storage for individuals as well as organisations. At the same time, privacy preservation is an also a significant aspect of cloud computing. In regrades to privacy preservation, association rule mining was proposed by previous researches to protect the privacy of users. However, the algorithm involves creation of fake transaction and this algorithm also fails to maintain the privacy of data frequency. In this research an apriori algorithm is proposed to enhance the privacy of encrypted data. The proposed algorithm is integrated with elagmal cryptography and it does not require fake transactions. In this way, the proposed algorithm improves the data protection as well as query privacy and it hides data frequency. Result analysis shows that the proposed algorithm improves the privacy as compared to previously proposed association rule mining and the algorithm also shows 3% to 5% improvement in performance when compared to other existing algorithms. This performance analysis with varying number of the data and fake transactions shows that the proposed algorithm doesn’t require fake transactions, like data privacy association rule mining.

Keywords


Apriori algorithm; Associate rule mining; Elgamal cryptosystem; Encryption; Secure plain text equality test;

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v26.i3.pp1747-1757

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