Investigations in Privacy Preserving Data Mining

Kshitij Pathak, Sanjay Silakari, Narendra S. Chaudhari

Abstract


Data Mining, Data Sharing and Privacy-Preserving are fast emerging as a field of the high level of the research study. A close review of the research based on Privacy Preserving Data Mining revealed the twin fold problems, first is the protection of private data (Data Hiding in Database) and second is the protection of sensitive rules (Knowledge) ingrained in data (Knowledge Hiding in the database). The first problem has its impetus on how to obtain accurate results even when private data is concealed. The second issue focuses on how to protect sensitive association rule contained in the database from being discovered, while non-sensitive association rules can still be mined with traditional data mining projects. Undoubtedly, performance is a major concern with knowledge hiding techniques. This paper focuses on the description of approaches for Knowledge Hiding in the database as well as discuss issues and challenges about the development of an integrated solution for Data Hiding in Database and Knowledge Hiding in Database. This study also highlights directions for the future studies so that suggestive pragmatic measures can be incorporated in ongoing research process on hiding sensitive association rules.


Keywords


Privacy Preserving Data Mining; Association Rule Hiding; Data Hiding in Database; Knowledge Hiding in Database.

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