Christian Stary, Richard Heininger,
"Privacy by Sharing Autonomy - A Design-Integrating Engineering Approach"
, in Elstermann, Matthes and Betz, Stefanie and Lederer, Matthias: Subject-Oriented Business Process Management. Dynamic Digital Design of Everything - Designing or being designed?, Serie Communications in Computer and Information Science, Vol. 1632, Springer Nature Switzerland, Cham, Seite(n) 3-22, 2022, ISBN: 978-3-031-19704-8
Privacy by Sharing Autonomy - A Design-Integrating Engineering Approach
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Subject-Oriented Business Process Management. Dynamic Digital Design of Everything - Designing or being designed?
The more Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) propagate to everyday life and business activities, the more privacy concerns move to the center of development and operation. Both require meeting individual privacy requirements and thus, privacy protection that can be customized. We introduce a synchronized Digital Twin (DT) approach suggesting that sharing autonomy of heterogeneous and dynamically evolving system components helps to increase transparency and ultimately user control of privacy concerns. The proposed architecture is based on behavior models for integrated design and engineering of CPS. The executable and federated nature of the DT approach enables a user-centered system validation of privacy management capabilities, both for organizations, and individuals. The resulting reduction of complexity is exemplified for an Internet-of-Things-based application in the logistics domain. We explore some implications of the presented approach for future research, practice, and development.
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Springer Nature Switzerland
Communications in Computer and Information Science