Java development 2.0, Securing Java application data for cloud computing

Use private-key encryption to protect cloud data

From the developerWorks archives

Andrew Glover

Date archived: May 13, 2019 | First published: January 24, 2012

Data security is a serious concern for organizations considering cloud adoption, but in many cases it needn't be. In this installment of Java development 2.0, learn how to use private-key encryption and the Advanced Encryption Standard to secure sensitive application data for the cloud. You'll also get a quick tutorial on encryption strategy, which is important for maximizing the efficiency of conditional searches on distributed cloud datastores.

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Zone=Java development, Cloud computing, Security
ArticleTitle=Java development 2.0: Securing Java application data for cloud computing