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Datum 2019/05/22 11:30:00 – 2019/05/22 12:30:00
Ort Gebäude 50.34, Raum 333
Vortragende(r) Maximilian Walter
Forschungsgruppe Architecture-based Quality Prediction
Titel Privacy Requirements: Present & Future
Autoren P. Anthonysamy and A. Rashid and R. Chitchyan
PDF https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=7961663
URL https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7961663
BibTeX https://dblp.org/rec/bibtex/conf/icse/AnthonysamyRC17
Abstract Software systems are increasingly open, handle largeamounts of personal or other sensitive data and are intricately linked with the daily lives of individuals and communities.This poses a range of privacy requirements. Such privacy requirements are typically treated as instances of requirements pertaining to compliance, traceability, access control, verification or usability. Though important, such approaches assume that the scope for the privacy requirements can be established a priori and that such scope does not vary drastically once the system is deployed. User data and information, however, exists in an open, hyper-connected and potentially “unbounded” environment. Furthermore, “privacy requirements – present” and “privacy requirements – future” may differ significantly as the privacy implications are often emergent a posteriori. Effective treatment of privacy requirements, therefore, requires techniques and approaches that fit with the inherent openness and fluidity of the environment through which user data and information flows. This paper surveys state of the art and presents some potential directions in the way privacy requirements should be treated. We reflect on the limitations of existing approaches with regards to unbounded privacy requirements and highlight a set of key challenges for requirements engineering research with regards to managing privacy in such unbounded settings.