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Protecting Privacy in Data Release

2015. Buch. xv, 192 S.: 80 s/w-Abbildungen, 9 s/w-Tabelle, Bibliographien. Hardcover
Springer ISBN 978-3-319-16108-2
Format (B x L): 15,5 x 23,5 cm
Gewicht: 479 g
In englischer Sprache
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This book presents a comprehensive approach to protecting sensitive information when large data collections are released by their owners. It addresses three key requirements of data privacy: the protection of data explicitly released, the protection of information not explicitly released but potentially vulnerable due to a release of other data, and the enforcement of owner-defined access restrictions to the released data. It is also the first book with a complete examination of how to enforce dynamic read and write access authorizations on released data, applicable to the emerging data outsourcing and cloud computing situations. Private companies, public organizations and final users are releasing, sharing, and disseminating their data to take reciprocal advantage of the great benefits of making their data available to others. This book weighs these benefits against the potential privacy risks. A detailed analysis of recent techniques for privacy protection in data release and case studies illustrate crucial scenarios. Protecting Privacy in Data Release targets researchers, professionals and government employees working in security and privacy. Advanced-level students in computer science and electrical engineering will also find this book useful as a secondary text or reference.

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Focuses on the privacy and access control issues arising in public and selective data release Explains how to enforce dynamic read and write access privileges in cloud/outsourcing scenarios, including a subscription-based authorization policy Outlines techniques for protecting information both explicitly and not explicitly included in a data release Includes case studies