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Taeho Jung - Towards End-to-End Security and Privacy: Accountability and Data Privacy in the Life Cycle of Big Data

Start:

2/21/2017 at 3:30PM

End:

2/21/2017 at 5:00PM

Location:

125 DeBartolo

Host:

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Kevin Bowyer

Kevin Bowyer

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Biometrics, data mining, computer vision, pattern recognition, applications to medical imaging, ethics and computing, computer science education.
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The  advent  of  big  data  has  given  birth  to  numerous  innovative  life-enhancing applications, but the big data is often called as a double-edged sword due to the increased privacy and security threats. Such threats, if unaddressed, will become deadly  barriers  to the  achievement of  big  opportunities  and  success  anticipated in  the  big  data  industry  because  they  may  arise  at  any  part  of  the  life  cycle  of the big data. In  this  talk,  I  will  describe  my  research  which  addressed  various  privacy  and security  issues  in  the  big  data  life  cycle:  acquisition,  storage,  provisioning,  and consumption. More specifically, I will briefly present how various types of data can  be  protected  in  their  acquisition  and  consumption  phases  of  the  life  cycle, and  subsequently,  I  will  introduce  the  theoretic  foundations  of  the  presented research.   Finally,   I   will   present   how   to   make   large-scale   data   trading accountable  against  dishonest  users  for  the  provisioning  phase  of big  data,  and this talk will be concluded with my future research agenda briefing.

Seminar Speaker:

Taeho Jung

Taeho Jung

Taeho  Jung  is  a  Ph.D.  candidate  in  Computer  Science  at  Illinois  Institute  of Technology.  His  research  area,  in  general,  includes  privacy  and  security  issues in  data  mining  and  provisioning  in  the  big data  life  cycle.  His  paper  has  won a best  paper  award  (IEEE  IPCCC  2014),  and  two  of  his  papers  were  selected as best  paper  candidate  (ACM  MobiHoc  2014)  and  best  paper  award  runner  up (BigCom 2015) respectively. He has served many international conferences as a TPC  member,  including  IEEE  DCOSS  2016,  IEEE  MSN  2016,  IEEE  IPCCC