Data privacy and protection in communication networks

Ban, Liyuan (2024) Data privacy and protection in communication networks. Applied and Computational Engineering, 38 (1). pp. 131-138. ISSN 2755-2721

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This exhaustive study examines the crucial topic of protecting user data and maintaining privacy within the complex realm of communication networks. It meticulously analyzes the multifarious dimensions of data privacy, including its conceptual foundations, the significant dangers resulting from intrusions, and the fundamental principles of privacy protection. The investigation encompasses a comprehensive evaluation of concrete strategies such as data anonymization, de-identification techniques, granular data sharing controls, and the use of cryptography. Real-world case studies attest to the efficacy of these methods, providing tangible evidence of their practical viability. The article predicts the evolving landscape of privacy protection, which will be driven by the rapid advancement of technologies and the adaptive responses required by regulations and social responsibilities. The collaborative engagement of individuals, corporations, and governing bodies emerges as crucial in charting the future of data privacy, highlighting the inherent interplay between technological innovations, legal frameworks, and proactive user participation.

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