Using support vector machine regression to reduce cloud security risks in developing countries

Sanaa Hammad Dhahi, Estqlal Hammad Dhahi, Ban Jawad Khadhim, Shaymaa Taha Ahmed


The use of the cloud by governments throughout the world is being aggressively investigated to increase efficiency and reduce costs. The majority of cloud computing risk management programs prioritize addressing cloud security issues that government organizations may face when they choose to adopt cloud computing systems, but these programs lack evidence of security risks, and problems with using cloud computing in developing nations are uncommon, so they called for more research in this area. The objective of this paper is to use quantitative models namely Spearman's Rank correlation coefficient, simple regression, and support vector machine regression (SVMR) for estimating cloud security issues based on cloud control factors for improving the mitigation of cloud computing security issues based on control factors using intelligent models in a government organization. Identify the proper cloud control factors for every cloud security issue from estimation errors using a standard for performance measurement like mean square error (MSE) and root mean square error (RMSE), performance measurement to evaluate and validate proposed models. SVMR is an approach to enhance practices for cloud security platforms to mitigate risks and infrastructure for cloud adoption in developing countries in this paper.


Cloud in developing countries; Cloud security risk; Mean square error; Root mean square error; Support vector machine regression

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