MS2009-12: Privacy Enhancing Technologies

posted Dec 15, 2009, 8:10 AM by Marco Spruit   [ updated Apr 14, 2011, 3:29 AM ]
Enabling business through the adoption of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PET)

PET is a general term for a set of computer tools, applications and mechanisms which support the protection of privacy. This research will investigate whether the adoption/implementation of such technologies can enable new
businesses that are currently not feasible/not economical/challenging. Below an overview of some of the results expected as part of this study:
  • Definition of PET
  • Overview of PET theory and technologies/solutions
  • Case studies presenting how the adoption of PET can enable new business or cooperation between companies
  • Including the solution architecture, especially in the context of a Knowledge Discovery infrastructure (i.e. how to integrate PET in a data mining environment)
Type: external (Accenture)
Contact: Marco
Source: http://m.spru.it/edu/theses/open
Requirements: Able to speak Dutch & English, affinity with security & privacy
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