Reference : Using Ontologies to Model Data Protection Requirements in Workflows
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Using Ontologies to Model Data Protection Requirements in Workflows
Bartolini, Cesare mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) >]
Muthuri, Robert [> >]
Cristiana, Santos [> >]
New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence
Otake, Mihoko
Kurahashi, Setsuya
Ota, Yuiko
Satoh, Ken
Bekki, Daisuke
Springer International Publishing
Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence; 10091
[en] Legal ontology ; Data protection ; General Data Protection Regulation ; Compliance ; Business process ; BPMN
[en] Data protection, currently under the limelight at the European level, is undergoing a long and complex reform that is finally approaching its completion. Consequently, there is an urgent need to customize semantic standards towards the prospective legal framework. The aim of this paper is to provide a bottom-up ontology describing the constituents of data protection domain and its relationships. Our contribution envisions a methodology to highlight the (new) duties of data controllers and foster the transition of IT-based systems, services, tools and businesses to comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation. This structure may serve as the foundation for the design of data protection compliant information systems.
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