Bottom up approach to manage data privacy policy through the front end filter paradigm

G. Canfora, E. Costante, I. Pennino, C.A. Visaggio

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    Abstract

    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.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSecond Italian Workshop on Privacy and Security (PRISE 2007, Roma, Italia, June 6, 2007), Technical Report 14/2007
    EditorsL.V. Mancini
    Place of PublicationRoma
    PublisherUniversità degli Studi di Roma "Sapienza", Dipartimento di Informatica
    Pages65-72
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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