Data Controllability for Risk Management in Smart and Intelligent Systems


Information has become a major asset in companies that have based their business on the production and exploitation of this information, but also in traditional companies that exploit their information with a view to continuously improving their processes. This is the case in collaborative systems where companies are interconnected but also in intelligent systems that have many information exchanges with there environment. It is important that companies keep control of the information they import, process and distribute. In this article, in the context of a risk management approach, we present a new security criterion: controllability.

In Journal of Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (JITST'2020)
JITST, Volume 8, Issue 1, 2020, pages 656-666


data quality, information security, controllability, services, smart systems

Manuel Munier
Manuel Munier
Associate Professor in Computer Science

My research interests include information security, risk management, and privacy.