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Data Sharing Agreements: How to Glue Definition, Analysis and Mapping Together.

An electronic data sharing agreement (DSA) is a human-readable, yet machine-processable contract, regulating how organisations and/or individuals share data. Its smooth definition and fluid lifecycle management are key aspects for enabling data protection in various contexts, from e-government to the provision of business and healthcare services, for example.

Data sharing is becoming ever easier with the support of highly-connected ICT systems. Individuals, businesses and governments are increasingly choosing to use cloud infrastructure to store data, owing to recent reductions in cost and the functionalities provided by the cloud, such as easy sharing of data. Data sharing, however, poses several problems, including privacy and data misuse issues, as well as uncontrolled propagation of data. Thus, a secure and private way for data exchange, storage, and management is essenti


Autori esterni: Carmela Gambardella (HPE, Italy)
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Tipo: Contributo in pubblicazione non scientifica
Area di disciplina: Computer Science & Engineering

File: ErcimNews2016-CocoCloud3.0.pdf

Attività: Aspetti legali in sicurezza e riservatezza
Architetture, protocolli e meccanismi di sicurezza per sistemi e servizi distribuiti