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Medical information digital right management on the information-centric networking

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In this article, we described the digital rights management of medical information in an information-centric networking (ICN). ICN is a new Internet 3.0-based network architecture that is a way to transform a host-centric internet infrastructure into an information-centric mobile environment. In this new era, the privacy and copyright protection of personal medical information is an important issue of information security. How to use the ICN architecture to establish cross-domain sharing and personal medical information copyright authorization is the most important contribution of this paper. Specially, we used blockchain technology to establish authorization and used zero knowledge key agreement authentication mechanisms to establish each blockchain and data communication. Finally, we designed a mechanism to create and authorize the information sharing of personal medical media using the ICN architecture. The personal medical records that we designed for ICN environment can be securely accessed anytime, anywhere, and can be securely shared with different healthcare professionals to provide data certified by different medical units in the upcoming high-bandwidth network.




Kuo, Y. J. J., & Shieh, J. C. (2019). Medical information digital right management on the information-centric networking. In ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (pp. 178–181). Association for Computing Machinery.

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