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A Study on Privacy Preserving Data Leakage Prevention System

  • Jinhyung Kim
  • Hyung Jong Kim
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 157)

Abstract

DLP (Data Leakage Prevention) system is an essential for protection of valuable information asset of companies and organizations. To prevent the data leakage, security administrator should monitor the employee’s network access and it causes violation of privacy. This research deals with the privacy violation issues in DLP system and shows how we can manage the trade-off relation between DLP and privacy protection. Especially, we are proposing a design of privacy preserving DLP system.

Keywords

Hash Function Privacy Protection Technical Approach Information Leakage Privacy Preserve 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Seoul Women’s UniversityNowonguKorea

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