Security Aspects in Web of Data Based on Trust Principles. A brief of Literature Review

Jhon Francined Herrera-Cubides, Paulo Alonso Gaona-García, Carlos Enrique Montenegro-Marín, Diego Mauricio Cataño, Rubén González-Crespo


Within scientific community, there is a certain consensus to define "Big Data" as a global set, through a complex integration that embraces several dimensions from using of research data, Open Data, Linked Data, Social Network Data, etc. These data are scattered in different sources, which suppose a mix that respond to diverse philosophies, great diversity of structures, different denominations, etc. Its management faces great technological and methodological challenges: The discovery and selection of data, its extraction and final processing, preservation, visualization, access possibility, greater or lesser structuring, between other aspects, that allow showing a huge domain of study at the level of analysis and implementation in different knowledge domains. However, given the data availability and its possible opening: What problems do the data opening face? This paper shows a literature review about these security aspects.

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International Journal of Communication Networks and Information Security (IJCNIS)          ISSN: 2076-0930 (Print)           ISSN: 2073-607X (Online)