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VLDB
2006
ACM
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14 years 4 months ago
A secure distributed framework for achieving k-anonymity
k-anonymity provides a measure of privacy protection by preventing re-identification of data to fewer than a group of k data items. While algorithms exist for producing k-anonymous...
Wei Jiang, Chris Clifton
ICIP
2006
IEEE
14 years 6 months ago
Provably Secure Steganography: Achieving Zero K-L Divergence using Statistical Restoration
In this paper, we present a framework for the design of steganographic schemes that can provide provable security by achieving zero Kullback-Leibler divergence between the cover a...
Kaushal Solanki, Kenneth Sullivan, Upamanyu Madhow...
DBSEC
1996
125views Database» more  DBSEC 1996»
13 years 5 months ago
A Framework for High Assurance Security of Distributed Objects
High assurance security is di cult to achieve in distributed computer systems and databases because of their complexity, non-determinism and inherent heterogeneity. The practical ...
John Hale, Jody Threet, Sujeet Shenoi
WWW
2008
ACM
14 years 5 months ago
Supporting anonymous location queries in mobile environments with privacygrid
This paper presents PrivacyGrid - a framework for supporting anonymous location-based queries in mobile information delivery systems. The PrivacyGrid framework offers three unique...
Bhuvan Bamba, Ling Liu, Péter Pesti, Ting W...
FC
1998
Springer
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13 years 8 months ago
Distributed Trustees and Revocability: A Framework for Internet Payment
From von Solms and Naccache's standpoint, constructing a practical and secure e-money system implies a proper regulation of its privacy level. Furthermore, when the system ben...
David M'Raïhi, David Pointcheval