An Approach to Security for Unstructured Big Data
Md. Ezazul Islam (),
Md. Rafiqul Islam () and
A B M Shawkat Ali ()
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Md. Ezazul Islam: American International University-Bangladesh
Md. Rafiqul Islam: Computer Science and Engineering Discipline, Khulna University
A B M Shawkat Ali: University of Fiji
The Review of Socionetwork Strategies, 2016, vol. 10, issue 2, 105-123
Abstract Security of Big Data is a huge concern. In a broad sense, Big Data contains two types of data: structured and unstructured. Providing security to unstructured data is more difficult than providing security to structured data. In this paper, we have developed an approach to provide adequate security to unstructured data by considering types of data and their sensitivity levels. We have reviewed the different analytics methods of Big Data to build nodes of different types of data. Each type of data has been classified to provide adequate security and enhance the overhead of the security system. To provide security to a data node, and a security suite has been designed by incorporating different security algorithms. Those security algorithms collectively form a security suite which has been interfaced with the data node. Information on data sensitivity has been collected through a survey. We have shown through several experiments on multiple computer systems with varied configurations that data classification with respect to sensitivity levels enhances the performance of the system. The experimental results show how and in what amount the designed security suite reduces overhead and increases security simultaneously.
Keywords: Big Data; Data security; Data analytics; Unstructured data; Security suite; Security standard (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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