Privacy-preserving data mining from outsourced databases.

You are here

TitlePrivacy-preserving data mining from outsourced databases.
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsGiannotti, F, Lakshmanan, LVS, Monreale, A, Pedreschi, D, Wang, HWendy
Conference Name the 3rd International Conference on Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection: An element of choice
Date Published2011
AbstractSpurred by developments such as cloud computing, there has been considerable recent interest in the paradigm of data mining-as-service: a company (data owner) lacking in expertise or computational resources can outsource its mining needs to a third party service provider (server). However, both the outsourced database and the knowledge extract from it by data mining are considered private property of the data owner. To protect corporate privacy, the data owner transforms its data and ships it to the server, sends mining queries to the server, and recovers the true patterns from the extracted patterns received from the server. In this paper, we study the problem of outsourcing a data mining task within a corporate privacy-preserving framework. We propose a scheme for privacy-preserving outsourced mining which offers a formal protection against information disclosure, and show that the data owner can recover the correct data mining results efficiently.
DOI10.1007/978-94-007-0641-5_19
Research Line: 
Taxonomy upgrade extras: