Adding Security and Privacy to Genomic Information Representation.

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Summary of "Adding Security and Privacy to Genomic Information Representation."

Provision of security and privacy to genomic data is a key issue in current genomic information representation. Existing formats do not give a solution to these issues (or they provide a partial one), so new solutions are demanded. MPEG-G (ISO/IEC 23092, Genomic Information Representation) is an International Standard for the representation of genomic information being defined by the MPEG Committee (Moving Pictures Expert Group, ISO/IEC JTC1 SC29/WG11). We provide flexible protection to the information stored inside the MPEG-G format with a combination of security techniques and privacy rules.


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Name: Studies in health technology and informatics
ISSN: 1879-8365
Pages: 75-79


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