Work place: Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Ashok Rajpath, Patna, 800005, Bihar, India
Research Interests: Software Organization and Properties, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Networks, Network Security, Security Services
Bhaskar Mondal (Ph.D.) serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Patna. He has more than 10 years of experience in academics and research during which he had worked at NIT Patna, Xavier University Bhubaneswar (XUB), Orisha, India. BIT Sindri, Dhanbad, and NIT Jamshedpur. He was conferred with PhD from the National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur, India in 2018 followed by M. Tech. (CSE) from Kalyani Government Engineering. He has published more than 40 research papers in reputed journals and international conferences. He is member of IEEE and ACM, Life member of Computer Society of India (CSI) and Cryptology Research society of India (CRSI). He is a book series editor titled Cyber Security of CRC Press. He acted as Lead Guest Editor for a special issue in CAEE, Elsevier. He has served several international conferences as session chair, advisory committee member and technical committee member. He has also reviewed articles in journals include Artificial Intelligence Review, Scientific Reports, Security and Communication Networks, Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering, ICT Express, etc. His research interests include lightweight cryptography and machine learning.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijigsp.2023.05.07, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2023
E-healthcare systems (EHSD), medical communications, digital imaging (DICOM) things have gained popularity over the past decade as they have become the top contenders for interoperability and adoption as a global standard for transmitting and communicating medical data. Security is a growing issue as EHSD and DICOM have grown more usable on any-to-any devices. The goal of this research is to create a privacy-preserving encryption technique for EHSD rapid communication with minimal storage. A new 2D logistic-sine chaotic map (2DLSCM) is used to design the proposed encryption method, which has been developed specifically for peer-to-peer communications via unique keys. Through the 3D Lorenz map which feeds the initial values to it, the 2DLSCM is able to provide a unique keyspace of 2544 bits (2^544bits) in each go of peer-to-peer paired transmission. Permutation-diffusion design is used in the encryption process, and 2DLSCM with 3DLorenz system are used to generate unique initial values for the keys. Without interfering with real-time medical transmission, the approach can quickly encrypt any EHSD image and DICOM objects. To assess the method, five distinct EHSD images of different kinds, sizes, and quality are selected. The findings indicate strong protection, speed, and scalability when compared to existing similar methods in literature.[...] Read more.
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