A privacy preserving service broker architecture for data sharing

  • Al-Neyadi F
  • Abawajy J
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The problem addressed in this paper is how to ensure data privacy concerns when data is shared between multiple organisations. In domains such as healthcare, there is a need to share privacy-sensitive data among autonomous but cooperating organisations. However, security concerns and compliance to privacy regulations requiring confidentiality of the data renders unrestricted access to organisational data by others undesirable. The challenge is how to guarantee privacy preservations for the owners of the information that are willing to share information with other organisations while keeping some other information secret. Therefore, there is a need for privacy preserving database operations for querying data residing at different parties. To address this challenge, we propose a new computationally efficient framework that enables organisations to share privacy-sensitive data. The proposed framework is able to answer queries without revealing any useful information to the data sources or to the third parties. © 2010 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Data Management
  • Data Sharing
  • Database
  • Healthcare data
  • Privacy
  • Privacy Preservation

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