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2020-07-06
Farhadi, Majid, Bypour, Hamideh, Mortazavi, Reza.  2019.  An efficient secret sharing-based storage system for cloud-based IoTs. 2019 16th International ISC (Iranian Society of Cryptology) Conference on Information Security and Cryptology (ISCISC). :122–127.
Internet of Things is the newfound information architecture based on the Internet that develops interactions between objects and services in a secure and reliable environment. As the availability of many smart devices rises, secure and scalable mass storage systems for aggregate data is required in IoTs applications. In this paper, we propose a new method for storing aggregate data in IoTs by use of ( t, n) -threshold secret sharing scheme in the cloud storage. In this method, original data is divided into t blocks that each block is considered as a share. This method is scalable and traceable, i.e., new data can be inserted or part of original data can be deleted, without changing shares, also cloud service providers' fault in sending invalid shares are detectable.
2020-04-03
Belim, S.V., S.Yu, Belim.  2019.  Implementation of Discretionary Security Policy in the Distributed Systems Based on the Secret Sharing Scheme. 2019 International Multi-Conference on Industrial Engineering and Modern Technologies (FarEastCon). :1—4.

In this article the combination of secret sharing schemes and the requirement of discretionary security policy is considered. Secret sharing schemes of Shamir and Blakley are investigated. Conditions for parameters of schemes the providing forbidden information channels are received. Ways for concealment of the forbidden channels are suggested. Three modifications of the Shamir's scheme and two modifications of the Blakley's scheme are suggested. Transition from polynoms to exponential functions for formation the parts of a secret is carried out. The problem of masking the presence of the forbidden information channels is solved. Several approaches with the complete and partial concealment are suggested.