An increasing number of business services for private companies and citizens are accomplished trough the web and mobile devices. Such a scenario is characterized by high dynamism and untrustworthiness, as a large number of applications exchange different kinds of data. This poses an urgent need for effective means in preserving data privacy. This paper proposes an approach, inspired to the front-end trust filter paradigm, to manage data privacy in a very flexible way. Preliminary experimentation suggests that the solution could be a promising path to follow for web-based transactions which will be very widespread in the next future.
|Title of host publication||Second Italian Workshop on Privacy and Security (PRISE 2007, Roma, Italia, June 6, 2007), Technical Report 14/2007|
|Place of Publication||Roma|
|Publisher||Università degli Studi di Roma "Sapienza", Dipartimento di Informatica|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|