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Volume & Issue no: Volume 10, Issue 6, June 2021

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Title:
A DIGITAL RECORD FOR PRIVACY AND SECURITY IN INTERNET OF THINGS
Author Name:
Dr. K. Sai Manoj
Abstract:
Abstract For privacy and security, a digital transactional record method plays a major role for its excellent nature of work. This digital method used to solve the check the problems like privacy and protection of data. It also had some unfit things like high bandwidth, computation complexity, latency and restricted scalability which are inadequate for internet of things. This research paper focuses on Efficient Lightweight Integrated Block chain model which is expanded to show the development of internet of things. Especially, this paper presents a model of a digital home which is attempted to prove the various applications used by internet of things. The benefits of this smart home are information transmission, activity of outgoing and incoming in every action. Efficient Lightweight Integrated Block chain model connected with digital transactional method with powerful provided sources to prove privacy and security. Algorithm,, Certificate less Cryptography,Distributed Throughput Management schemes and Lightweight Consensus are used to present the Efficient Lightweight Integrated Block Chain model. Various methods are used to prove this model by using time processing, usage of energy and so on. This model saves 60% of time processing while consuming the energy of 0.08 Jm. Many parameters are used to show outcome done by this method. Keywords: Internet of things, Digital Transactional Record, CC method, Privacy and Security
Cite this article:
Dr. K. Sai Manoj , " A DIGITAL RECORD FOR PRIVACY AND SECURITY IN INTERNET OF THINGS" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 10, Issue 6, June 2021 , pp. 007-016 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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