A distributed security policy for neuroradiological data sharing

Abstract : Grids are key technologies to federate data distributed in multiple health institutions, thus enabling large scale multi-centric studies. However, the take up of these technologies is slow due to the difficulty to manipulate sensitive medical data in an open environment and the recognized risk of federated sites to loose control over their valuable data. In this paper we propose a distributed data access control policy, enabling the federation of existing data stores, where local security policies prevail. Our system supports multi-centric neuroscience studies. It achieves a com- promise between enabling collaborative work through data sharing and preventing unauthorized access to data in a competitive environment.
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Tony Solomonides; Martin Hofmann-Apitius; Mathias Freudigmann; Sebastian Claudius Semler; Yannick Legré; Mary Kratz. HealthGrid 2009, Jun 2009, Berlin, Germany. IOS Press, 147, pp.257-262, 2009, Studies in health technology and informatics. 〈10.3233/978-1-60750-027-8-257〉
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Alban Gaignard, Johan Montagnat. A distributed security policy for neuroradiological data sharing. Tony Solomonides; Martin Hofmann-Apitius; Mathias Freudigmann; Sebastian Claudius Semler; Yannick Legré; Mary Kratz. HealthGrid 2009, Jun 2009, Berlin, Germany. IOS Press, 147, pp.257-262, 2009, Studies in health technology and informatics. 〈10.3233/978-1-60750-027-8-257〉. 〈hal-00677795〉

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