George Drosatos

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Participatory sensing is a crowd-sourcing technique which relies both on active contribution of citizens and on their location and mobility patterns. As such, it is particularly vulnerable to privacy concerns, which may seriously hamper the large-scale adoption of participatory sensing applications. In this paper, we present a privacy-preserving system(More)
In this work, we consider ubiquitous health data generated from wearable sensors in a Ubiquitous Health Monitoring System (UHMS) and examine how these data can be used within privacypreserving distributed statistical analysis. To this end, we propose a secure multi-party computation based on a privacy-preserving cryptographic protocol that accepts as input(More)
In this work, we define the Nearest Doctor Problem for finding the nearest doctor in case of an emergency and present a privacy-preserving protocol for solving it. The solution is based on cryptographic primitives and makes use of the current location of each participating doctor. The protocol is efficient and protects the privacy of the doctors’ locations.(More)
In this paper, we propose a new architecture for managing data in a Ubiquitous Health Monitoring System (UHMS). The purpose of this architecture is to enhance the privacy of patients and furthermore to decongest the Health Monitoring Center (HMC) from the enormous amount of biomedical data generated by the users' wearable sensors. This is achieved by using(More)
We present a personal data management framework called Polis, which abides by the following principle: Every individual has absolute control over her personal data, which reside only at her own side. Preliminary results indicate that beyond the apparent advantages of such an environment for userspsila privacy, everyday transactions remain both feasible and(More)
We propose a method for search privacy on the Internet, focusing on enhancing plausible deniability against search engine query-logs. The method approximates the target search results, without submitting the intended query and avoiding other exposing queries, by employing sets of queries representing more general concepts. We model the problem(More)
We present Pythia, a privacy-enhanced non-invasive contextual suggestion system for tourists, with important architectural innovations. The system offers high quality personalized recommendations, non-invasive operation and protection of user privacy. A key feature of Pythia is the exploitation of the vast amounts of personal data generated by smartphones(More)
This paper presents a privacy-preserving system for participatory sensing, which relies on cryptographic techniques and distributed computations in the cloud. Each individual user is represented by a personal software agent, deployed in the cloud, where it collaborates on distributed computations without loss of privacy, including with respect to the cloud(More)
In this report we give an overview of our participation in the TREC 2013 Contextual Suggestion Track. We present an approach for context processing that comprises a newly designed and fine-tuned POI (Point Of Interest) data collection technique, a crowdsourcing approach to speed up data collection and two radically different approaches for suggestion(More)
In this paper, we propose a user-centric software architecture for managing Ubiquitous Health Monitoring Data (UHMD) generated from wearable sensors in a Ubiquitous Health Monitoring System (UHMS), and examine how these data can be used within privacy-preserving distributed statistical analysis. Two are the main goals of our approach. First, to enhance the(More)