This project aims to propose novel privacy preserving schemes that can protect the privacy of individuals in the era of Internet of things. In recent years, most Australian organizations have been a target of privacy and cybersecurity attacks, affecting their data and network systems. The expected outcomes of this project are privacy preserving schemes that can prevent attackers from compromising the private information of individuals in crowdsensing and machine learning services, and thus significantly improve the protection against cybersecurity attacks. Significant benefits in social wellbeing and security are expected for all industry, government, and service sectors that collect data about people.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/20 → 31/12/22|
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