Article | NODES 09: NOrdic workshop and doctoral symposium on DEpendability and Security; Linköping; Sweden; April 27; 2009 | Risk Analysis of Privacy Protection in Social Networking Sites

Title:
Risk Analysis of Privacy Protection in Social Networking Sites
Author:
Heidi E. I. Dahl: SINTEF ICT, Norway Mass Soldal Lund: SINTEF ICT, Norway Ketil Stølen: SINTEF ICT, Norway
Download:
Full text (pdf)
Year:
2009
Conference:
NODES 09: NOrdic workshop and doctoral symposium on DEpendability and Security; Linköping; Sweden; April 27; 2009
Issue:
041
Article no.:
004
Pages:
29-31
No. of pages:
3
Publication type:
Abstract and Fulltext
Published:
2009-07-14
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet


We present risks in relation to privacy issues; based on an analysis of the Design Feedback Tool (DFT); an application (in development) for conducting large scale surveys. The DFT combines features from traditional questionnaires with elements from social networking sites. The analysis was performed according to the CORAS method for security risk analysis. We show how the CORAS method was applied for analysing privacy in the DFT; how this analysis influenced the solution; and how privacy issues of the system are addressed.

NODES 09: NOrdic workshop and doctoral symposium on DEpendability and Security; Linköping; Sweden; April 27; 2009

Author:
Heidi E. I. Dahl, Mass Soldal Lund, Ketil Stølen
Title:
Risk Analysis of Privacy Protection in Social Networking Sites
References:

[1] Dwyer; C.; Hiltz; S. R.; & Passerini; K. (2007). Trust and privacy concern within social networking sites: A comparison of Facebook and MySpace. Proceedings of AMCIS 2007. Retrieved 12 March; 2009; from http://csis.pace.edu/~dwyer/research/DwyerAMCIS2007.pdf


[2] Olsen; T.; Mahler; T.; Seddon; C.; Cooper; V.; Williams; S.; Valdes; M.; et al. (2005). Privacy in Relation to Networked Organisations and Identity Management: Legal-IST


[3] Woo; J. (2006). The right not to be identified: privacy and anonymity in the interactive media environment. New Media and Society; 8(6); 649-967.


[4] Folker den Braber; Ida Hogganvik; Mass Soldal Lund; Ketil St√łlen; and Fredrik Vraalsen. Model-based security analysis in seven steps ‚Äď a guided tour to the CORAS method. BT Technology Journal; 25(1):101-117; 2007.


[5] Heidi E. I. Dahl; Ida Hogganvik; and Ketil St√łlen. Structured semantics for the CORAS security risk modelling language. Technical Report A970; SINTEF ICT; 2007.


[6] The CORAS tool. Retrieved 12 March; 2009; from http://coras.sourceforge.net/


[7] Personvernombudet for forskning; Ord og Begreper. Retrieved 12 March; 2009; from http://www.nsd.uib.no/personvern/forsk_stud/begreper.html

NODES 09: NOrdic workshop and doctoral symposium on DEpendability and Security; Linköping; Sweden; April 27; 2009

Author:
Heidi E. I. Dahl, Mass Soldal Lund, Ketil Stølen
Title:
Risk Analysis of Privacy Protection in Social Networking Sites
Note: the following are taken directly from CrossRef
Citations:
No citations available at the moment