Conceptual Framework of A New Secure Storage System for Medical Data Archiving
This paper presents a new conceptual framework of secure storage system for medical data (digital medical images, documents, and signals, etc.) archiving through the use of steganographic and cryptographic techniques. The main objectives are: 1) To present a new conceptual framework of a multilayer database system for medical data archiving, 2) To provide highest level of security and privacy of the vital information in the database against unauthorized alteration or destruction by any personnel; and 3) To combine steganography and cryptography in the infrastructure of the database system to further increase the security of the crucial data.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2006
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