Watermarking Relational Databases
Mohamed Shehab - Purdue University
Apr 13, 2005Size: 130.8MB
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AbstractProving ownership rights on outsourced relational databases is a crucial
issue in today internet-based application environment and in many content
distribution applications. In this talk, we will present mechanisms for
proof of ownership based on the secure embedding of a robust imperceptible
watermark in relational data. We will discuss the available watermark
embedding and decoding techniques. Furthermore, we will provide a
comparison between these techniques based on several dimensions such as
applicability, efficiency, and security.
About the SpeakerMohamed Shehab received the BSc from United Arab Emirates University in
2000. Currently he is a PhD student in electrical and computer engineering
at Purdue University. His main research interests lie in information
security with emphasis on rights protection, data integrity and access
control. Recently, he has been also working on various topics in the areas
of distributed access control and distributed secure collaboration.
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