In the Internet of Things (IoT) era, various IoT devices are equipped with sensing capabilities and employed to support clinical applications. The massive electronic health records (EHRs) are expected to be stored in the cloud, where the data are usually encrypted, and the encrypted data can be used for disease diagnosis. There exist some numeric health indicators, such as blood pressure and heart rate. These numeric indicators can be classified into multiple ranges, and each range may represent an indication of normality or abnormity. Once receiving encrypted IoT data, the CS maps it to one of the ranges, achieving timely monitoring and diagnosis of health indicators. This article presents a new approach to identify the range that an encrypted numeric value corresponds to without exposing the explicit value. We establish the sufficient and necessary condition to convert a range query to matchings of encrypted binary sequences with the minimum number of matching operations. We further apply the minimization of range queries to design and implement a secure range query system, where numeric health indicators encrypted independently by multiple IoT devices can be cohesively stored and efficiently queried by using Lagrange polynomial interpolation. Comprehensive performance studies show that the proposed approach can protect both the health records and range query against untrusted cloud platforms and requires less computational and communication cost than existing techniques.
Encrypted Data Multiple Internet Of Things Devices Range Query Internet Of Things Internet Of Things Devices Lagrange Polynomial Cloud Platforms Electronic Health Records Communication Cost Health Indicators
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