The development and implementation is consistently oriented towards the privacy-by-design principle.
What does privacy-by-design principle mean?
Proactive not reactive, preventive rather than remedial
Data protection as standard
Privacy integrated in the design
End-to-end lifecycle protection:
Visibility and transparency
Respect for user privacy
Privacy protection is a guiding principle throughout the project and is tested and ensured through threat modelling and risk assessments.
Data often becomes worthless for data use due to the complete anonymisation or privacy protection of data providers.
This must be prevented.
TrustNShare is based on "scalable consent".
What does "scalable consent" mean?
Data providers are enabled to finely adjust the permission to use their data and the associated risk to their privacy.
TrustNShare uses algorithmic solutions to guarantee the appropriate data protection guidelines for the data required depending on the purpose of use.
Often, data users give incentives to encourage willingness to receive data from data providers. Incentives are an influential factor that should not be underestimated. This must be taken into account in the negotiation process for the agreement between data providers and data users. The development and design of incentives within the framework of the data trust model is carried out in a participatory research process (citizen science) together with data providers and data users. In this way, the effectiveness of the incentive mechanisms is ensured and innovative impulses are taken up.