The concept of Attribute-based Encryption (ABE) was proposed in 2005 with a single authority. It is a type of cryptographic model that exploits the attributes to define and regulate cipher text encrypted data exploiting the user-s secret keys. Any entity can decrypt the encrypted data by utilizing its users secret key when its attributes are agreed with the cipher text attributes. A significant security property of the ABE strategy is collusion resistance. It assures that when a dishonest node collides with other nodes, it finds attribute mismatching and restricts the users from obtaining the encrypted data with its secret key.