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How to vaccinate data against abuse

Kurt Kammerer from regify GmbH talks about "Data protection and data security integrated into any application via industrial pseudonymisation (open source)" for NIFIS e.V.

10/8/2020 5:00:00 PM – 10/8/2020 5:30:00 PM

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Kurt Kammerer from regify GmbH talks about "Data protection and data security integrated into any application via industrial pseudonymisation (open source)" for NIFIS e.V.

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Inspite of IT security provisions, data accidents are on the rise. Reasons are manifold. They range from negligence in IT administration and shortcomings in software applications to targeted hacking attacks. IT gaps open up every single day and typically in spots where they are least expected.
As there is no panacea against data accidents, a generic provision is needed in order to protect data from abuse. The problem has to be resolved at its very root. If data was organised such that it would be worthless for unauthorized parties, data accidents would loose much of their horrors. By separating IT from content data right upon generation, such pseudonymisation in realtime would resolve the issues. In consequence, such data will be “vaccinated” against abuse. Data will only be reunited only if requested by an application.
As an open source module, DataVaccinator provides exactly this organisation of data with built-in data protection. The programmer uses DataVaccinator within its application, thereby saving himself the coding of complex pseudonymisation mechanisms and he also profits from the high quality of a proven software module.

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