Data Mining and the Five Pillars of Information Assurance: Where Does Society Draw the Line?

@inproceedings{Sparks2005DataMA,
  title={Data Mining and the Five Pillars of Information Assurance: Where Does Society Draw the Line?},
  author={Mary Sparks and Antonio Drommi and Daniel Shoemaker},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2005}
}
The intent of this paper is to examine the basics of the legal, social and ethical issues implicit in commercial data mining ventures. With the advances in middleware and the enhancements to Business Intelligence tools, mining of the virtual data warehouses is expanding faster than the processes that control them. The question is, “How can organizations apply the 5 pillars of Information Assurance to this mining operation, while not alienating the individuals from whom the information is… CONTINUE READING

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