Personal Privacy Security Management in the Era of Big Data

Zhenggang HUO, Haibo HE, Ruifang WANG

Abstract


Big Data has brought new opportunities for development, but personal privacy security is facing new challenges. The characteristics of Big Data determine that the way of individual privacy which is collected, analyzed, managed, stored and distributed data in the large data ecosystem. Under the momentum of rapid development of Big Data, through individuals, enterprises and related policies and regulations of the multi-pronged approach to solve security problems, personal privacy.


Keywords


Big Data; Personal privacy; Privacy security

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