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ehealth cloud security challenges: a survey

2020/12/11 15:05

The system also provides extra features such as populating EHR from different EHR cloud systems using ABE. In [29], Ardagna et al. Cloud service providers can boost their reputation by complying with standards. For instance, in the healthcare, scenario, neither the patients nor the doctors can deny their, signature authenticity after misappropriating the health, data. Encryption key management is crucial for data-in-rest encryption; therefore, it is highly recommended to maintain control of all keys, store keys externally, and maintain transparent encryption to the users [112]. All eHealth cloud services and data must be error-free. [102] J. M. Victor, “e EU general data protection regulation: toward a property regime for protecting data privacy,”, interactive healthcare management, a model for achieving pa-. In this section, we discuss important security requirements for eHealth systems to address the arising security and privacy issues hindering the wide-scale adoption of cloud computing by healthcare providers. present a brief overview on cloud computing security in terms of security considerations, models, threats, and precautions. Even if the network traffic is encrypted, in some settings, it is possible for a clever adversary to use traffic analysis via the study of the size and timing of network packets to determine characteristics of the traffic. If the patient feels that the information he/she gives to his/her doctor is not protected, and that his/her privacy is threatened, he/she can be more selective about the information he/she will provide to his/her doctor in the future. Their services are offered to the organization employees. purpose, the information must be available all the time. they share it with, and where do they store a customer data. In this system, patients can encrypt their EHRs and store them on semi-trusted cloud servers such that servers do not have access to sensitive EHR contexts. The fundamental need for different parties to access the patient data makes the patient data more vulnerable to security breaches. (iii)Hybrid cloud: it combines private and public clouds, and it has trust and confidentiality issues because of the public part. Delegating data control to the cloud leads to an increase in the risk of data compromises, as the data become accessible to an augmented number of parties. As health data contain sensitive private information, including the identity of patient and carer and medical conditions of the patient, proper care is required at all times. Their services are offered to the organization employees. B. Tarakji, “A survey of risks, threats and vulnerabilities in cloud computing,” in, D. A. [13] P. Banerjee, R. Friedrich, C. Bash et al., “Everything as a, service: powering the new information economy,”, [14] B. P. Rimal, A. Jukan, D. Katsaros, and Y. Goeleven, “Ar-, chitectural requirements for cloud computing systems: an. Weak cloud security is one of, the important problems that are hindering the full diffusion, of the cloud in healthcare industry. It applies on EU organizations, like data controllers and data processors that collect or, process the personal data of EU residents; it also applies on, data controllers and data processors that reside outside the, EU if they offer goods and services to data subjects that, Cloud service providers should demonstrate compliance, by maintaining a log of all data processing activities. “Nyse capital markets community platform,” 2017, E. AbuKhousa, N. Mohamed, and J. Al-Jaroodi, “e-health cloud: opportunities and challenges,”, N. Dong, H. Jonker, and J. Pang, “Challenges in eHealth: from enabling to enforcing privacy,” in, S. Allen, “Cloud Computing and Health Care Security,”, S. Haas, S. Wohlgemuth, I. Echizen, N. Sonehara, and G. Müller, “Aspects of privacy for electronic health records,”, A. Abbas and S. U. Khan, “A review on the state-of-the-art privacy-preserving approaches in the e-health clouds,”. To protect the data from leakage, the owner has to … Then, they introduce the notion of cloud security assurance and analyze its growing impact on cloud security approaches. D. Blough, M. Ahamad, L. Liu, and P. Chopra, Proceedings of the 9th Symposium on Identity and Trust on. Privacy on the other hand is considered as one of the main objectives of security; it enforces certain rules and principles that regulate to what extent data about individuals or groups can be accessed, gathered, or transmitted to a second or third party. For example, Blough et al. e, recent rule enhances the privacy rights of individuals and, gives authorities a greater power to act against noncompliant, organizations. Differentiating between computer security and, privacy could be more complex, and there are certainly areas, of overlap between them [2, 3]. Privacy is recognised as a fundamental requirement for eHealth systems. The HIPAA Security Rule (Section 164.312(c) (1) Integrity) [37] states that covered entities must “implement policies and procedures to protect electronic personal healthcare information from improper alteration or destruction.” In a healthcare setting, services that store and manipulate patient data must implement integrity and verification functionality, like nonmedical applications, via the means of a checksum or a hash, before using the data. To sum up, this method is designed to ensure fault-tolerance, which is the main subject of this study. Avoiding vendor lock-in was the most popular advantage for 74% and 73% of … FHIES 2011. International Journal of Medical Informatics, privacy-preserving approaches in the e-health clouds,”, Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics. Is the provider compliant with the, security and privacy regulatory acts? Using the cloud for an important appli-, cation like eHealth cloud requires assurances of good re-, liability for the provided services. In this paper, the authors discover some cloud benefits in the education sector and discuss limitations of main cloud services as well as highlight security challenges that institutions face when utilizing cloud technologies. We will be providing unlimited waivers of publication charges for accepted research articles as well as case reports and case series related to COVID-19. Yazan Al-Issa, Mohammad Ashraf Ottom, and Ahmed Tamrawi. Finally, they illustrate the development of the pro-, posed EHR security reference model through a use-case, scenario and describe the corresponding security counter-. ing cloud computing security challenges and their solutions. Detailed usage reports are generated to preserve the rights of customers and providers. e article presents several basic security. GDPR is the European Union (EU) primary tool that regulates the protection of EU citizens individual data. Integrity ensures the health data captured by a system or provided to any entity are accurate and consistent with the intended information and have not been modified in any way [36]. (iii)Energy savings: the energy bill will be cut because there is no need for data centers on premises; as a result there, is no need for expensive cooling. en, they introduce the notion, of cloud security assurance and analyze its growing impact, on cloud security approaches. present a system developed at Instituto di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico (IRCCS) that is claimed to address the patient’s data security and privacy. In its 2020 State of the Cloud Report, for instance, Flexera found that the pandemic had altered the strategies of a subset of survey respondents’ employers. Examples of real-time cloud patient-centric, applications are Google Health [104] and Microsoft, HealthVault [105]. “International Organization for Standardization (ISO),” 1947. e objective of applying computer security, measures is to attain protection of valuable data and system, resources; securing system resources includes protection of a, computer system hardware and software, whereas data se-, curity is more concerned with protecting data that are stored, or transmitted between computer systems, as well as cloud, systems. It also en-. TLS reserves an encrypted channel to, establish negotiations between senders and receivers to send, the cipher, then transfer the key using public key cryptog-, In cloud computing, sensitive data-in-rest suffers many, threats that can cause data leakage. The HITECH Act is a healthcare legislation created by the HHS meant to widen and accelerate the adoption of EHR and to improve the performance of healthcare systems. erations, models, threats, and precautions. Correspondence should be … [1] European Network Information Security Agency. Finally, they present some, recommendations for the development of next-generation, cloud security and assurance solutions. A traditional computing environment requires a costly infrastructure to offer a better service to users. frastructure. In this paper, we found that the surveyed, solutions are not holistic in nature, those approaches par-, tially solve the security challenge. Volterra , an innovator in distributed cloud services, today announced the results of a new survey on cloud-native app, Kubernetes and microservices adoption. Consequently, implementing cloud storage would help clients to manage their data efficiently. The HIPAA Privacy Rule aims to set standards and guidelines to protect patients’ medical records. For example, to overcome the financial obstacles, healthcare providers may obtain up to $63,750 in extra payments if they become an effective user of EHR between 2011 and 2021. e key is used later by authorized party to decode data, to the original form. Along with this, few of security issues and challenges are also highlighted. The top 3 cloud computing security challenges are listed in this post, … What are the cloud computing schemes, wide-scale adoption of cloud computing by, solutions used by current healthcare providers and. The experimental results are in accordance with the theoretical assumptions behind this model, and hence, confirm that the proposed framework provides necessary measures for preventing data loss in cloud storage. Services (HHS), Washington, DC, USA, 2005. It also amalgamates the potentials of blockchain technology as a promising security measure, highlights potential challenges in the healthcare domain, and provides an analysis of different blockchain-based security solutions. Ownership of healthcare, information can be protected through a combination of, encryption and watermarking techniques that result in se-. In the healthcare system, data confidentiality and integrity are not enough if data freshness is not considered. Role-based access, control (RBAC) and attribute-based access control (ABAC), are the most popular models for healthcare application, to the residual representation of data that have been in some, way nominally erased or removed. [30], propose a framework, which allows secure sharing of EHRs, over the cloud among different healthcare providers. e, standard is structured logically around groups of related. Cloud, providers usually store their data in different data centers, located in different geographic locations. Smithamol et al. Many solutions require, the addition of delays (to defeat timing analysis) or padding, (to defeat packet-size analysis) [46, 47, 56, quently, these ad hoc solutions pose non-negligible over-. e rights of data subjects are expanded in the new regu-, lation. head on system performance and resource usage. The objective of the study, is to identify both security opportunities and barriers to cloud adoption in the healthcare sector. It extensively uses sensing technologies (e.g., electronic health monitoring devices), computations (e.g., machine learning), and communication (e.g., interaction between the health data centers). e standards goal is to support individuals, and companies when procuring goods and services. If, the integrity check fails, the healthcare application must. and weaknesses of the presented approaches are reported, and some open issues are highlighted [31] reports on the, results of a systematic literature review concerning the se-, e eHealth system security and privacy concerns do not, only deal with abiding by the confidentiality, integrity, and, availability (CIA) security model [32]. propose a privacy-aware system, and anonymization techniques for data publishing on cloud. Besides, it allows users to outsource the storage process by using virtual storage systems instead of local ones. Using the cloud for an important application like eHealth cloud requires assurances of good reliability for the provided services. As a result, G-CP-ABE can be used to monitor health The consumer has control over applications, data, middleware, and operating systems but not over the underlying cloud infrastructure. This promising technology can help facilitate communication, collaboration, and coordination among different healthcare providers. Customers perform scheduling and decides the required storage and computing power. Just like every other ITapplication, the cloud has various ... needed by healthcare providers for adopting cloud com-puting. on the survey of security challenges in cloud storage system from different perspectives. Just like electronic commerce, healthcare cloud ap-, plications can leverage digital signatures and encryption to. Under the, new regulations, companies should ask for explicit consent. Migration of an organization data to the cloud is a strategic and complex decision. that describes the fundamentals of ISMS and defines related, standards that provide requirements and guidelines for the, development and operation of an ISMS, (3), guidance for securing information from different angles, (4), standards that appeal to different industry sectors such as, telecommunication, finance, etc. Under the HIPAA Privacy Rule, a covered entity can deidentify public healthcare record by removing all 18 elements that could be used to identify the patient or the patient’s relatives, employers, or household members. Löhr et al. They also discuss few proven operational strategies and risk management methodologies and discern what the industry can do to mitigate such security risks and privacy threats. And the top cloud challenges these users face? Savings include the direct cost of purchasing on-premise hardware and software and also the support and maintenance costs. Before selecting a cloud service provider, the following different questions should be asked: Is the provider ISO/IEC 72001 certified? However, there is no qualitative, analysis discussion on the efficiency of the approach and its. In this type of identification, there is a chance to reidentify the patient because patient information has been recorded at some stage (anonymized data). e International Medical In-, formatics Association (IMIA) investigated the issues of data, protection and security in healthcare networked systems, [26]. the proposed model, making it suitable for practical use. (i)Shared resources: clients can share resources like networks, servers, storage, software, memory, and processing simultaneously. en they present an EHR security, reference model for managing security issues in healthcare, clouds, which highlights three important core components. Cloud service providers should demonstrate compliance by maintaining a log of all data processing activities. The standard is structured logically around groups of related security controls. In addition, data must be used for the reason it was collected. In figure 2 we can see the five main areas of concern for a cloud service provider when it comes to security. IoT-based smart healthcare systems have immensely added value to the healthcare domain with the use of wearable and mobile devices. Let us compare this to the security challenges facing the typical CSC, illustrated in figure 3. Spend and security. (ii)Cost savings: there is no need to buy expensive hardware and software. Some of such important concerns are data security and privacy of data. the physical locations of these services. Cloud computing has many benefits like flexibility, cost and energy savings, resource sharing, and fast deployment. Repudiation threats are concerned with the users who deny their signature authenticity after accessing health data [40]. Conducted by Propeller Insights, the survey found that while most organizations today are using cloud-native apps, Kubernetes and microservices, they struggle to secure and connect the complex environments resulting from them. open and shared environment, it is vulnerable for data loss, theft, and malicious attacks. should prevent service disruptions due to power outages, hardware failures, system upgrade, and denial-of-service, attacks. Essentially, the cloud service providers should deal with security concerns in the cloud to enhance the trust level between the patients and healthcare providers [22–24]. ticity, availability, and auditability of EHRs. On the other hand, this same advantage can pose a security challenge because data stored in different locations will be more prone to theft and loss. Due to the increased number of parties, devices, and applications involved, there is an increase in data compromise threats. Edge computing aims at processing data at the edge of the network rather than processing data at the data center as in traditional eHealth cloud solutions. Clients feel that resources are unlimited. In this paper, a proposed privacy-preserving EHR system using ciphertext-multi authority attribute-based encryption (CPMA-ABE) will be built. A rapid increase in the capabilities of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) has focused attention on their potential applications in the health care setting. ; §§17901 et, 2009. http://www.hipaasurvivalguide.com/hipaa-regulations/164-, [48] A. Appari and M. E. Johnson, “Information security and, privacy in healthcare: current state of research,”, ternational Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, Unobservability, Pseudonymity, and Identity Management-A, Consolidated Proposal for Terminology Version 0.26, puting: An Insight to Cloud Security Challenges and eir, Information and Communication Technologies, G. M. 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Villari, “An approach to share MRI data over the, 2017 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications, publishing on cloud for personal healthcare records,” in, Intelligence and Evolutionary Computations in Engineering Sys-, of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems, serving anonymization of set-valued data,”, privacy-preserving access control for healthcare data,”, vances in Electrical and Computer Engineering, based encryption for fine-grained access control of encrypted, Computer and Communications Security, 2006. propose a framework, which allows secure sharing of EHRs over the cloud among different healthcare providers. Never-, theless, the performance analysis shows the efficiency of the. services without overwhelming the data center. present an extensive, survey on the interface between cloud security and cloud, security assurance. Figure 1: eHealth Cloud Security Challenges: A Survey. In Section 4, we survey recent work addressing. There is a vast amount of work that has been done with regard to addressing security and privacy risks in eHealth. Cloud providers usually store their data in different data centers located in different geographic locations. It also claims that it meets the security standards defined in the technical safeguards of the HIPAA Security Rule [30]. The proposed protocol can generate a session key among the participants to communicate securely. 37–50, Gaithersburg, MD, USA, April 2010. , “Efficient multivariate data-oriented microaggregation,”, International Journal of Scientific Engineering, International Journal of Computer Science, Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on, E. Alexander and Sathyalakshmi, “Privacy-aware set-valued data, Proceedings of the 13th ACM Conference on, International Journal on Computer Science and En-. The main features of cloud computing is that the user does not have any setup of expensive computing infrastructure and the cost of its services is less. ese, standards are documented and published to represent a, consensus on characteristics such as quality, security, and, reliability that should remain applicable for an extended, period of time. In addition , we research privacy needs for others than patients. Migration of an organization data to the cloud is a, strategic and complex decision. Amazon EC2 is a good example [, Anything as a service (XaaS): it offers a variety of services ranging from personal services to large resources over the Internet [, Private cloud: it is located on premises, over the intranet, behind the firewall, and usually managed by the same organization that uses it. all elements of dates except the year, and biometrics. In other words, the more sophisticated the security measures, the less comfortable the consumers, and as a result, they are going to be less inclined to use the cloud service. thentication techniques should be also checked. eHealth Cloud Security Challenges: A Survey. In the following subsections, we, discuss the available solutions from regulatory and technical, describe accepted characteristics of a product or service by, experts from organizations and scientific institutions. Therefore, the healthcare data are split into various shares, so that data confidentiality is guaranteed. If the, patient feels that the information he/she gives to his/her, doctor is not protected, and that his/her privacy is threat-, ened, he/she can be more selective about the information he/, she will provide to his/her doctor in the future. The Transport Layer Security (TLS) has been utilized to secure communication between web applications. It follows a pay-per-use business model. In a healthcare system, both healthcare, information offered by providers and identities of con-. 2: ISO/IEC 27000-series standards categories. implement patient data sharing in a healthcare system, patient may grant rights to users based on a role or attributes, held by the respective user to share specific healthcare data, truthfulness of origins, attributions, commitments, and, intentions. Under the, HIPAA Privacy Rule, a covered entity can deidentify public, healthcare record by removing all 18 elements that could be, used to identify the patient or the patient’s relatives, em-, ployers, or household members. Infrastructure is scalable depending on processing and storage needs. environment, particularly the application and data, making it faster to develop, test, and deploy ap-. security controls. eir ser-. High-availability systems. To deal with these problems, privacy-aware set-valued data publishing on cloud for personal healthcare records has been proposed. Customers, perform scheduling and decides the required stor-, measured using different metrics. e consumer has control over, applications, data, middleware, and operating sys-, tems but not over the underlying cloud in-. This article reviews some of the challenges in development and implementation that may create barriers to the safe utilization of these technologies and prevent quality care for patients. TLS reserves an encrypted channel to establish negotiations between senders and receivers to send the cipher, then transfer the key using public key cryptography [111]. This will largely affect user experiences [, Interoperability: there is a need for standards to achieve proper communication, coordination, and collaboration between different healthcare providers’ platforms [, Security and privacy: open and shared environment is prone to data loss and theft [, Legislation and regulations: the wide adoption of cloud computing requires laws, regulations, and ethical and legal frameworks [, Limited control and flexibility: it has limited control over data ownership because of centralization. e presented system is based on two software components, the anonymizer and splitter. Breach notification is mandatory in all member states, the, new act expects a company to report data breaches to the, penalties. Finally, it illustrates the best available techniques for precision health data security and privacy with a conceptual system model that enables compliance, ethics clearance, consent management, medical innovations, and developments in the health domain. Self-encrypting drive (SED) is a hard drive that contains internal circuits that encrypts and decrypts all data automatically and uses authentication procedure when the host system is powered on [110]. Data should be privacy preserved because malicious cloud users or untrusted cloud providers can get the data with less effort. networks, servers, storage, software, memory, and, processing simultaneously. Pengamanan data ini tidak hanya dilakukan pada data yang bersifat berhenti dan tersimpan pada komputer. This paper analysis the issues of security and privacy raised by the use of cloud in e-health. healthcare systems where patients can store, access, update, and share their health data [103]. ey first provide an overview of the state, of the art on cloud security. us, only authorized, clinical operators can access data over the cloud. Therefore, the security in edge and fog technologies should be tightened and enhanced by (a) utilizing the state-of-the-art security mechanisms within the edge computing communication environment, (b) encrypting all data (in-move and in-rest), and (c) multifactor authentication access [114–119]. Security issues are limited; a good example is VMware [15]. Alexander et al. ey also, discuss few proven operational strategies and risk man-, agement methodologies and discern what the industry can, do to mitigate such security risks and privacy threats. Smart healthcare is one of the major domains that extensively uses IoT infrastructures and solutions. Some. Below we review US (e.g., HIPAA and HITECH) and international standards (e.g., ISO/IEC 27000 and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)). For instance, identities of the patients can be made anonymous when they store their health data on the cloud so that the cloud servers could not learn about the identity. Finally, they present some recommendations for the development of next-generation cloud security and assurance solutions. RQ3. Keywords: Security Challenges, Electronic Healthcare Record, In the proposed framework, public key in-, frastructure (PKI) is used to maintain authentication be-, tween participating healthcare providers and the EHR, sharing cloud. disease control, and epidemics monitoring. present an extensive survey on the interface between cloud security and cloud security assurance. On contrary, the article does not discuss any aspects of the optimal number of shares for the incurred trade-off between efficiency and security. Nonetheless, the proposed approach incurs a computational overhead cost in communication in sacrifice for strong security [59–64]. However, the cloud computing paradigm, offers several benefits; it also poses privacy and security, threats to the health data [21]. propose a conceptual privacy framework for healthcare applications. fication Act can affect the outcome of data analysis. HIPAA is a legal framework for securing healthcare systems. Clients feel that resources are unlimited. The use of cloud computing paradigm in healthcare facilitates sharing and integration of medical records. address the data confidentiality and, access privacy by proposing a novel architecture for the, outsourced health records. Is the service provider willing to sign a strong HIPAA Business Associate Agreement (BAA) that contains severe punishment in case of terms violation. Cloud computing offers opportunities and challenges. In the future, we will propose a holistic solution that attempts to balance all contradicting requirements. Privacy could be claimed as a moral right for individuals and groups when using information systems, whereas computer security is not a moral right in itself. Other approaches used to. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. In this paper, the main focus has been given to secure healthcare private data in the cloud using a fog computing facility. A good example is NYSE Capital. This paper describes the fundamentals and significant of Big Data, the life cycle, tools, and challenges for Big Data approach. sources or items of interest multiple times by a user without, other users or subjects being able to interlink the usage of, these resources. (vi)Solving the scarcity of resources: doctors in remote areas can use telemedicine to perform consultations. Available security solutions are discussed in Section 5. establish authenticity and nonrepudiation. perspective and we also highlighted the cloud in. Different security measures like firewalls, intrusion detection, and the type of encryption and au-. [74] B. Dhivya, S. P. S. Ibrahim, and R. Kirubakaran, cryptographic access control for cloud based electronic, Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information, [76] S. Supriya and S. Padaki, “Data security and, lenges in adopting solutions for IOT,” in, 2016 IEEE International Conference on Internet of ings, (iings) and IEEE green Computing and communications, (GreenCom) and IEEE cyber, Physical and Social Computing, IEEE 3rd International Conference on Cloud Computing, ohr, A.-R. Sadeghi, and M. Winandy, “Securing the. Uses IoT infrastructures and solutions is presented world, and challenges are available anytime and anywhere for doctors to and. 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