A military defense operation utilizes drones for surveillance and reconnaissance in sensitive areas. The drone data needs to be securely stored and transmitted to the central command to maintain confidentiality and prevent unauthorized access.
- Encryption: The drone’s onboard systems use strong encryption algorithms to encrypt all collected data, including images and sensor readings.
- Tokenization: Certain sensitive data, such as GPS coordinates or troop positions, is tokenized to protect against potential data leaks.
- Secure Key Management: The encryption keys used to encrypt drone data are securely generated and managed by the central command. Each drone has a unique key pair, with private keys held only by authorized personnel at the command center.
- Decentralized Data Storage: The encrypted drone data is transmitted to the central command and stored in a decentralized manner across secure servers to ensure data redundancy and availability.
- Voting Mechanism for Access: Before decrypting the data, the central command verifies the authenticity of the drone and the data transmission through a voting mechanism. Multiple authorized personnel must vote to approve the data decryption process.
- Data Confidentiality: Encryption and tokenization ensure that sensitive drone data remains confidential and protected from unauthorized access, even if the drone is compromised.
- Secure Data Transmission: The use of encryption and secure key management enables safe and secure data transmission between the drone and the central command.
- Access Control: The voting mechanism provides an additional layer of security, ensuring that only authorized personnel can access and decrypt the drone data.
- Data Integrity: Decentralized storage ensures data redundancy and integrity, preventing data loss in case of a server failure or cyber attack.