Varying Encryption Scheme: An Innovative Approach to Legacy Data Security

This paper explores the advantages and limitations of probabilistic and deterministic encryption schemes for securing sensitive data. While probabilistic encryption ensures high security for data encryption, it can pose limitations when filtering and querying data. On the other hand, deterministic encryption method is a more flexible and unchanging encryption scheme that allows for the benefits of filtering data while icing its security. Many platform encryptions use deterministic encryption to allow for filtering of translated data while minimizing exposure of plain values to cipher values. Still, deterministic encryption can still pose certain pitfalls and may reveal information to eavesdroppers. A promising variation of encryption for perfecting security in communication end is ‘Varying encryption’ which is grounded on factors such as distance and country of connection. This acclimatized approach offers increased speed and security and can confuse attackers, making it harder for them to gain access to information being transmitted. Though, careful analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of assigning a specific encryption standard to a given set of conditions is essential to achieve optimal results.

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