|Description||Big Data is entering our life, and more and more people feel the emerging need for more privacy. Not only because NSA collects data about most of us, many companies do that, too. But what is privacy? There will be a brief introduction into "talking about privacy".|
|Keyword(s)||software, security, coding|
|Language||de - German|
|Starts at||2013/12/30 01:00:00 PM|
|Ends at||2013/12/30 02:30:00 PM|
Big Data is entering our life, and more and more people feel the emerging need for more privacy. Not only because NSA collects data about most of us, but because many big companies like Amazon, Google and the Metro AG (with their payback program) do it, too.
The companies need big data to achieve goals such as recommending the right products or websites to us, upselling and marketing are the keywords.
But what is privacy? In this talk, I will discuss issues like:
- what privacy means
- which keywords and definitions we need to know when talking about privacy in science
- which algorithms can be used to achieve privacy
- which problems evolve trying to reach privacy
- how we can measure privacy
As there were many privacy breaches due to the release of health data, server logs etc. we need to discuss which possibilities we have to get this world a little more private.
Among other topics, I will introduce ABAC (Attribute-Based-Access-Control-System) and discuss how it differs from classic role-based access control systems.