Design and Development of Honey Bee Behavior Excited Modern Quality Constructed Entry Controller using Bell-Lapadula Paradigm in Cloud Computing Methodology

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Volume-7 Issue-2
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Dr. S. Ravichandran, R. Benjohnson, K. Ramanathan
  10.14445/23497157/IJRES-V7I2P101

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MLA Style: Dr. S. Ravichandran, R. Benjohnson, K. Ramanathan  "Design and Development of Honey Bee Behavior Excited Modern Quality Constructed Entry Controller using Bell-Lapadula Paradigm in Cloud Computing Methodology" International Journal of Recent Engineering Science 7.2(2020):1-7. 

APA Style: Dr. S. Ravichandran, R. Benjohnson, K. Ramanathan. Design and Development of Honey Bee Behavior Excited Modern Quality Constructed Entry Controller using Bell-Lapadula Paradigm in Cloud Computing Methodology  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science, 7(2),1-7.

Abstract
Distributed computing is one of the rising advances that is being utilized broadly nowadays. It utilizes the registering assets, for example, equipment and programming that is conveyed over the web and offers remote types of assistance with client’s information, programming, and calculation. There has been a developing pattern to utilize the cloud for an enormous scope of information stockpiling. This has raised the significant security issue of how to control and forestall unapproved access to information put away in the cloud. There are different access control methods in cloud conditions, for example, IBAC, RBAC, ABAC, MAC, and DAC. Among these systems, Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) is increasing more significance. Here access is allowed dependent on characteristics. Our essential goal is to condense all the entrance control strategies in cloud condition. Our principal objective is to thought of a Novel Attribute-Based Access Control for cloud security utilizing Enhanced Bell-Lapadula Model propelled from Honey Bee behavior. The Honey Bee keeps the interlopers from going into their hives. This is like the entrance control system in cloud condition. It distinguishes the honey bee with a place with a similar hive by the ownership of the little points on the stings. So also, we are attempting to limit the clients dependent on the ownership of the right arrangement of traits by utilizing the ABAC strategy.

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Keywords
Attribute Based Access Control, BellLapadula Model, and Cloud security