Speaker: Adriane Chapman (MITRE)
Title: Protecting Provenance Information
Provenance information can be used to help users establish how much they are willing to believe a piece of data, or inform them how it should be used. But what happens when the provenance itself cannot be believed? In this talk, the specific needs for security of provenance information is discussed. Provenance itself is “simply more data” and has many of the same security concerns. However, the nature of provenance creates interesting requirements for protection solutions. Implementation details and observations in a real system are discussed.
12 Jan - Protecting Provenance Information