Obfuscation of Semantic Data: Restricting the Spread of Sensitive Information

Federico Cerutti, Geeth Ranmal De Mel, Timothy J Norman, Nir Oren, Artemis Parvizi, Paul Sullivan, Alice Toniolo

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Abstract

This paper investigates how to restrict the spread of sensitive information. This work is situated in a military context, and provides a tractable method to decide what semantic information to share, with whom, and how. The latter decision is supported by obfuscation, where a related concept or fact may be shared instead of the original. We consider uncertain information, and utilize Subjective Logic as an underlying formalism to further obfuscate concepts, and reason about obfuscated concepts.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Subtitle of host publication27th International Workshop on Description Logics, DL 2014; Vienna; Austria
Pages434-446
Publication statusPublished - May 2014
Event27th International Workshop on Description Logics, DL 2014; Vienna; Austria - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 17 Jul 201420 Jul 2014

Conference

Conference27th International Workshop on Description Logics, DL 2014; Vienna; Austria
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period17/07/1420/07/14

Keywords

  • Knowledge obfuscation
  • Semantic knowledge
  • Strategic interaction

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    Cerutti, F., De Mel, G. R., Norman, T. J., Oren, N., Parvizi, A., Sullivan, P., & Toniolo, A. (2014). Obfuscation of Semantic Data: Restricting the Spread of Sensitive Information. In CEUR Workshop Proceedings: 27th International Workshop on Description Logics, DL 2014; Vienna; Austria (pp. 434-446)