Personal data storages (PDSs) give individuals the ability to store their personal data in a data unified repository and control release of their data to data consumers. Being able to gather personal data from different data sources (e.g., banks, hospitals), PDSs will play strategic role in individual privacy management. As such, PDS demands for new privacy models for protecting personal data. In this paper, we propose a new technical approach that empowers individuals to better control data in PDS. Particularly, we present a privacy-Aware PDS architecture by focusing on two logical data zones based on the categories of personal data. Moreover, we propose a strategy for regulating personal data release that takes in consideration both user preferences and possible risks and benefits of the data release.
|Titolo:||A risk-benefit driven architecture for personal data release|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Relazione (in Volume)|