Paper-02 | Reg. No.:20160302|DOI:V5I4P02
Bhairavi Jadhav,Pranjali Gawade,Srushti Patel,Prof. J.A. Gaikwad-Department of Computer Engineering,Datta Meghe College of Engineering,Airoli, Navi Mumbai.
Nowadays data security is making a way into market. New techniques of data security have gained interest of many researchers. The use of knowledge of the user’s location called Geo-encryption, produces more secure systems that can be used in different applications. Location Based Data Encryption Methods (LBDEM) is a technique used to enhance the security of such applications called as Location Based Services (LBS). It collects latitude coordinates and longitude coordinates of mobile nodes and uses it for the encryption and decryption process. Geo-encryption plays an important role to raise the security of LBS. Different Geo-protocols have been developed in the same area to add security with better throughput. To increase the security by another fold, image steganography can be used to store the encrypted data and transfer it to the receiver through an image. In this paper, we will study how location based encryption works.