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Anonymized Distributed PHR Using Blockchain for Openness and Non-repudiation Guarantee [chapter]

David Mendes, Irene Rodrigues, César Fonseca, Manuel Lopes, José Manuel García-Alonso, Javier Berrocal
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We introduce our solution developed for data privacy, and specifically for cognitive security that can be enforced and guaranteed using blockchain technology in SAAL (Smart Ambient Assisted Living) environments  ...  One important side effect of this data infrastructure is that it can be accessed in open form, for research purposes for instance, since no individual re-identification or group profiling is possible by  ...  Jacobovitz, O.: Blockchain for identity management.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-00066-0_45 fatcat:q5eutnkdtfgyzft3xxizbridca

A Blockchain-Based Secret-Data Sharing Framework for Personal Health Records in Emergency Condition

Ahmed Raza Rajput, Qianmu Li, Milad Taleby Ahvanooey
2021 Healthcare  
Blockchain technology is the most trusted all-in-one cryptosystem that provides a framework for securing transactions over networks due to its irreversibility and immutability characteristics.  ...  This system preserves transactions from tampering and provides a tracking tool for tracing past network operations.  ...  In this framework, the blockchain is employed to maintain non-repudiation, accountability, and tamper-proof attributes [16] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9020206 pmid:33672991 pmcid:PMC7917907 fatcat:47gmo5y3ejezbbsdjazgynf424

A Privacy-Preserving Healthcare Framework Using Hyperledger Fabric [article]

Charalampos Stamatellis, Pavlos Papadopoulos, Nikolaos Pitropakis, Sokratis Katsikas, William J Buchanan
2020 Sensors   pre-print
However, healthcare-oriented blockchain solutions can provide a decentralized, anonymous and secure EHR handling approach.  ...  This paper presents PREHEALTH, a privacy-preserving EHR management solution that uses distributed ledger technology and an Identity Mixer (Idemix).  ...  Efficient non-repudiation and decentralization have been achieved, but scalability and anonymity lag behind [11] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20226587 pmid:33218022 pmcid:PMC7698751 arXiv:2011.09260v1 fatcat:ye2yu35fhvbkbatbvnavp777xy

Emerging and Established Trends to Support Secure Health Information Exchange

Emmanouil G. Spanakis, Stelios Sfakianakis, Silvia Bonomi, Claudio Ciccotelli, Sabina Magalini, Vangelis Sakkalis
2021 Frontiers in Digital Health  
our solution and evaluate the use of blockchain methodologically for integrating within our implementation.  ...  and the use of cloud computing and prospectively more advanced technologies such as blockchain.  ...  Let us remark that blockchain is intrinsically a distributed system, and it makes no sense trying to use it when a distributed setting is not appropriate, which means that it can be used for the federation  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdgth.2021.636082 pmid:34713107 pmcid:PMC8521812 fatcat:i7gqfr3tufht5bsjkpvvap3zhu

Deep Learning Based Homomorphic Secure Search-Able Encryption for Keyword Search in Blockchain Healthcare System: A Novel Approach to Cryptography

Aitizaz Ali, Muhammad Fermi Pasha, Jehad Ali, Ong Huey Fang, Mehedi Masud, Anca Delia Jurcut, Mohammed A. Alzain
2022 Sensors  
In this research, we developed a unique deep-learning-based secure search-able blockchain as a distributed database using homomorphic encryption to enable users to securely access data via search.  ...  Although a blockchain-based healthcare system can guarantee security, present schemes have several flaws.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank for the support from Taif University Researchers Supporting Project number (TURSP-2020/98), Taif University, Taif, Saudi Arabia.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s22020528 pmid:35062491 pmcid:PMC8779567 fatcat:2xusxey445bczcjjhtohd3zkc4

Medical Data Framework Using Blockchain Technology

Sang Young Lee, Namseoul University, South Korea
2019 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
In particular, it provides further secure data exchange method aiming access guarantee, consistent data format and system modularity. These instructions give you guidelines for preparing papers for  ...  In addition, it complements and uses open key encryption technology and meets the key requirements required in interoperability functions, such as user identification/authentication, secure data exchange  ...  That is, the blockchain provides an anonymous personal account (an open address consisting of random hash values) for the user to process the cryptogram.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2019/75852019 fatcat:y5dzmytjczf45dfamoipcmyov4

Blockchain-Based Threat Registry Platform

Santiago De Diego, Carlos Gonçalves, Oscar Lage, Jason Mansell, Michael Kontoulis, Serafeim Moustakidis, Barbara Guerra, Angelos Liapis
2019 Zenodo  
The design of the BBTR guarantees integrity and availability of the data stored in it and is also compatible with privacy requirements, allowing different actors to participate as users of this shared  ...  Abstract—This document presents a reference architecture for a Blockchain-based Threat Registry platform, named BBTR, to share information about treats among different actors.  ...  -Digital Society, Trust & Cyber Security E-Health, Well-being and Ageing.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3520883 fatcat:dzjk3u6olvfuxly5rjjwbb4fda

A Comprehensive Survey on Security and Privacy for Electronic Health Data

Se-Ra Oh, Young-Duk Seo, Euijong Lee, Young-Gab Kim
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Based on the review, we obtained research taxonomy, security concerns, requirements, solutions, research trends, and open challenges for the components with strengths and weaknesses of the analyzed studies  ...  In particular, edge and fog computing studies for e-health security and privacy were reviewed since the studies had mostly not been analyzed in other survey papers.  ...  For example, non-repudiation could be provided for a doctor's diagnosis in case of a medical incident [62] . Anonymity.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18189668 pmid:34574593 fatcat:nx7rjvy7tfczjbgmmpqgyiajuu

A Review of Secure and Privacy-Preserving Medical Data Sharing

Hao Jin, Yan Luo, Peilong Li, Jomol Mathew
2019 IEEE Access  
We classify them into permissionless blockchain-based approaches and permissioned blockchain-based approaches and analyze their advantages and disadvantages.  ...  This paper surveys the state-of-the-art schemes on secure and privacy-preserving medical data sharing of the past decade with a focus on blockchain-based approaches.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the anonymous referees for their reviews and insightful suggestions to improve this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2916503 fatcat:6ys5ofwtmjgldjcsvvus7hpn2a

Security and Privacy-preserving Challenges of e-Health Solutions in Cloud Computing

Shekha Chenthara, Khandakar Ahmed, Hua Wang, Frank Whittaker
2019 IEEE Access  
cloud; 3) EHR cloud architecture, and; 4) diverse EHR cryptographic and non-cryptographic approaches.  ...  INDEX TERMS e-health, electronic health record, EHR cryptographic and non-cryptographic, security and privacy, systematic review.  ...  Yuan Miao and Dr. Hui Cui for their valuable comments, suggestions and reviews.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2919982 fatcat:3sawv3nb5ndnncdzzk5q2anuwq

A report on Privacy Preservation Methods on Big Data, Social Network Data, Medical Data

2020 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
We also mentioned about the future works to be done for preserving the data.  ...  In this survey paper we have given a clean view on the kind of arts of the secure and privateness maintaining techniques of big analytic data, in medical field data, and in social networking data.  ...  We would like to thank the Vellore Institute of Technology, (VIT)for giving us this opportunity and support throughout the course of this work.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.i7274.079920 fatcat:vifjhifi2fbqxjxcl5irozn35i

A systematic review of blockchain in healthcare: frameworks, prototypes, and implementations

Emeka Chukwu, Lalit Garg
2020 IEEE Access  
Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems traditionally used for the exchange of health information amongst healthcare stakeholders have been criticised for centralising power, failures and attack-points  ...  INDEX TERMS Bioinformatics, blockchain, DLT, distributed ledger technology, distributed computing, distributed databases, health information management, health information exchange, hospitals, pharmaceutical  ...  The challenge is how to maintain a high level of anonymity of data as they are stored and exchange while guaranteeing performance.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2969881 fatcat:vt2udjtayrajleumi5g27hf2hy

Response To The Invitation For Public Comment National Digital Health Blueprint

Abhijit Gupta, Abijeet Waghmare, Adrian Gropper, Angshuman Sarkar, A V Sethuraman, Devesh Varma, Dhruv Pandey, Harpreet Singh, Jimmy Antony, John Halamka, Namrata Arora, Nivedita Saksena (+8 others)
2019 Zenodo  
John's Research Institute and IDHN reached out to experts from across disciplines, all of whom work on some aspect of developing, analyzing, designing, critiquing or using digital health systems.  ...  On July 16 2019, in response to the Ministry's call for public comment on the proposed National Digital Health Blueprint (NDHB), colleagues at St.  ...  data with consent and strong non-repudiation methods, should be adopted with appropriate modifications and enhancements for implementing the PHR, with the caveat that reference indices, and not data per  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5259998 fatcat:zjt3srxfivcdffv3sredm2dg3a

A SURVEY ON PRIVACY PRESERVING METHODS OF ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD USING BLOCKCHAIN

Yogesh Sharma
2020 JOURNAL OF MECHANICS OF CONTINUA AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES  
A blockchain technology is one of the types of decentralized technology and is based on distributed ledger technology.  ...  In this paper, we will provide a comprehensive survey of different methods for preserving the privacy of EMR using the blockchain technology.  ...  The biggest concern with any network is the three basic things: Confidentiality, Integrity, Authentication and Non-Repudiation [XII] .A blockchain network need all these four things to be included in  ... 
doi:10.26782/jmcms.2020.02.00004 fatcat:mk76rftlfzagrn3usxhqqzhdjm

A Survey on Blockchain-based IoMT Systems: Towards Scalability

Amirhossein Adavoudi Jolfaei, Seyed Farhad Aghili, Dave Singelee
2021 IEEE Access  
--Non-repudiation: Using the cryptographic tools including sign techniques, non-repudiation is provided.  ...  transparency, trustless consensus, and open architecture, are discussed. • Distributed architecture: The distributed nature of the blockchain ensures that there is no single point of failure or single  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3117662 fatcat:oaw35at76vhqhf7co3sf5ijb34
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