Print Email Facebook Twitter Infrastructural sovereignty over agreement and transaction data ('metadata') in an open network-model for multilateral sharing of sensitive data Title Infrastructural sovereignty over agreement and transaction data ('metadata') in an open network-model for multilateral sharing of sensitive data Author Dalmolen, S. Bastiaansen, H.J.M. Kollenstart, M. Punter, M. Publication year 2020 Abstract Organizations are becoming ever more aware that their data is a valuable asset requiring protection against mis-use. Therefore, being in control over the usage conditions (i.e. data sovereignty) is a prerequisite for sharing sensitive data in (increasingly complex) supply chains. Maintaining sovereignty applies to both the primary shared data and to the 'metadata' stemming from the data sharing support processes. However, maintaining sovereignty over this metadata creates an area of tension. Data providers must balance operational efficiency through outsourcing the data sharing support processes and the associated metadata to external, trusted, organizations against the added risk of transferring control over the metadata. At the same time, lock-in by community providers and major integration efforts due to multiple data sharing relationships need to be avoided. To address these issues, this paper elaborates an open network-model approach for maintaining sovereignty over metadata. © 40th International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2019. All rights reserved. Subject Access and Usage PoliciesData SovereigntyHub-ModelLoggingMulti-lateral Data SharingNetwork-ModelService-OrientationTerms-of-UseInformation systemsInformation useInternational lawLogging (forestry)MetadataOpen DataSupply chainsNetwork modelingService orientationUsage policiesData Sharing To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:6ee66d87-79ce-4583-b320-32f9ad08863c TNO identifier 875533 Publisher Association for Information Systems ISBN 9780996683197 Source 40th International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2019, 40th International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2019, 15-18 December 2019 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.