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Research on Information Security and Privacy Technology Based on Blockchain

Blockchain provides IoT security and privacy in all industries including manufacturing, finance, healthcare, supply chain, e-governance, education, banking, and trading through decentralization, persistency, anonymity, and auditability characteristics. This paper presents the blockchain technology assimilating with other data security technologies to design a blockchain based data sharing system. Based on the design the network architecture of data sharing system, we test and analyze various processes in data sharing. To test the function and security of the system, we have built a test environment with data sharing system consisting of three blockchain nodes, four data participant nodes (three data users, one data provider), and a data-sharing system composed of CA. We developed Base App as an application provided by the data user, including addition, deletion, check modification of data in the application code for data sharing. We simulated an experiment related scenario, and then we wrote a program to generate the vehicle information data and import it into MySQL for storage. The paper has found some valuable results of functional test, system test, safety test, and performance test of the data sharing system. This system realizes the possibility of a system that can connect multiple participants and their corresponding data.

Blockchain, Data Sharing, Data Security, Data Privacy, Information Security

APA Style

Zhong Ke, Tuyatsetseg Badarch. (2022). Research on Information Security and Privacy Technology Based on Blockchain. American Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 5(2), 49-55. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajcst.20220502.14

ACS Style

Zhong Ke; Tuyatsetseg Badarch. Research on Information Security and Privacy Technology Based on Blockchain. Am. J. Comput. Sci. Technol. 2022, 5(2), 49-55. doi: 10.11648/j.ajcst.20220502.14

AMA Style

Zhong Ke, Tuyatsetseg Badarch. Research on Information Security and Privacy Technology Based on Blockchain. Am J Comput Sci Technol. 2022;5(2):49-55. doi: 10.11648/j.ajcst.20220502.14

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