A Taxonomy of Requirements for the Privacy Goal Transparency. Meis, R.; Heisel, M.; and Wirtz, R. In Trust, Privacy, and Security in Digital Business, of LNCS 9264, pages 195-209, 2015. Springer.
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Privacy is a growing concern during software development. Transparency–in the sense of increasing user's privacy-awareness–is a privacy goal that is not as deeply studied in the literature as the properties anonymity and unlinkability. To be compliant with legislation and standards, requirements engineers have to identify the requirements on transparency that are relevant for the software to be developed. To assist the identification process, we provide a taxonomy of transparency requirements derived from legislation and standards. This taxonomy is validated using related research which was identified using a systematic literature review. Our proposed taxonomy can be used by requirements engineers as basis to systematically identify the relevant transparency requirements leading to a more complete and coherent set of requirements.
@INPROCEEDINGS{TrustBus2015,
     author = {Meis, Rene and Heisel, Maritta and Wirtz, Roman},
   keywords = {Privacy, Privacy Requirements, Transparency},
      title = {A Taxonomy of Requirements for the Privacy Goal Transparency},
  booktitle = {Trust, Privacy, and Security in Digital Business},
     series = {LNCS 9264},
       year = {2015},
      pages = {195-209},
  publisher = {Springer},
        url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.5220/0005518500430052},
        doi = {10.5220/0005518500430052},
   abstract = {Privacy is a growing concern during software
development. Transparency--in the sense of increasing user's
privacy-awareness--is a privacy goal that is not as deeply studied
in the literature as the properties anonymity and unlinkability. To
be compliant with legislation and standards, requirements engineers
have to identify the requirements on transparency that are relevant
for the software to be developed. To assist the identification
process, we provide a taxonomy of transparency requirements derived
from legislation and standards. This taxonomy is validated using
related research which was identified using a systematic literature
review.  Our proposed taxonomy can be used by requirements engineers
as basis to systematically identify the relevant transparency
requirements leading to a more complete and coherent set of
requirements.}
}
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