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Scalable privacy preserving intelligence analysis for resolving identities

Deliverables

Resource Flow pattern recognition Algorithms (Report and software) (a)

This deliverable will contain the details of the design and development of resource flow pattern recognition algorithms over the set of entities in a graph such as, for instance, the recognition of suspicious money flow patterns, based on information extracted from financial statements.

Social Graph Modelling (Report and software) (a)

Definition and implementation of a weighted Social Graph from entities and entity relationships extracted from heterogeneous data sources.

Text, Image and Audio Analysis and Mining (Report and software) (a)

Definition and implementation of all analysis and mining capabilities and how they enable the extraction of entities and entity relationships from their respective contents.

Habitual Patterns and Models (Report and software) (a)

This deliverable will present parametrized habitual patterns and models (including social graph structures and resource flow patterns) based on a mixture of mobility and communication behavioral patterns of people that enable to relate and resolve identities according to set threshold values of spatial and temporal attributes such as meeting areas and tailing events.

Multi-Purpose Semantic crawler (Report and Software) (a)

Definition and implementation of the different crawling capabilities described in T3.4 to T3.7 and how they are integrated.

Graph Infrastructure and Analysis (Report and software) (a)

Definition and implementation of the graph infrastructure and how the abstractions and mechanics enable uncertainty representation and probabilistic reasoning in SPIRIT.

Ontological Framework, Data Set Establishment and MetaData Tagging (Report and Software) (a)

This document will describe the dynamically extensible ontological framework that is required to be created for the anonymised data set and meta data tagging.

Graph Structures Recognition Algorithms (Report and software) (a)

This deliverable will explain the design and implementation of graph structure recognition algorithms that can discover potential fraudulent groups of individuals by searching for specific evidential graph structures contained within a target Social Graph. These algorithms will be adaptive to continuous Social Graph changes while their operation on the Social Graph data will be triggered either by data changes or user intervention.

Requirement Analysis Document (Report) (b)

This deliverable will set out the Requirements (both functional and non-functional requirements), Technical Requirements and their mapping into Use-Cases plus the security-privacy contexts and respective requirements as well as Privacy impact assessment and and privacy risk analysis; these are taken up by the Change Management Process as responsively activated throughout the project.

End User Training and Evaluation - Report (a)

This deliverable will contain the training material developed during the project, including the Training Dataset and any applicable interactive exercises. It will contain the results of all iterative end-user evaluations of the SPIRIT platforms to include reports on all end user training sessions, their assessment and feedback.

System Design Document (Report) (a)

This document will contain the high level architectural, component and UI design specification for the SPIRIT platform components, coordinating work across WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6, WP7 and WP9.

Incidental findings policy

A report defining the SPIRIT incidental findings policy designed for close monitoring of the activities involving real data and to be conducted throughout the duration of the project.

Innovation Management & Quality Report (b)

The first version of the report contains the plans to be followed during the project for ensuring the best possible path to innovation & quality in SPIRIT. The updates in M16 & M36 specify updates and recommendations for raising the quality standards of the project, and an analysis of the innovation process as it has been progressed in the project’s duration.

Ethics Advisory Board

This document will set the environment, the responsibilities and the activities roadmap where the SPIRIT Ethics Advisory Board will operate. The report will elaborate the details of Who does What, When and How the EAB will be providing continuous advice to the Project Executive Committee in line to the expectations listed in the SPIRIT Grant Agreement.

Innovation Management & Quality Report (a)

The first version of the report contains the plans to be followed during the project for ensuring the best possible path to innovation & quality in SPIRIT. The updates in M16 & M36 specify updates and recommendations for raising the quality standards of the project, and an analysis of the innovation process as it has been progressed in the project’s duration.

System Integration (Report) (a)

This iterative deliverable will include the system integration plan and the interoperability and scalability design.

Informed Consent

A report on the consent procedures necessary for data collection for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and not processed in a manner that is incompatible with those purposes.

Notification to National Data Protection Authorities

This report will describe the formal contact on behalf of SPIRIT notifying all National Data Protection Authorities of the SPIRIT activities.

Training Infrastructure and Concept - Report (a)

This deliverable will define the plan for performing the SPIRIT end-user evaluations as well as an overview of the methodology used and the definition of metrics to follow in the evaluation process. It will also contain the results of the “zero-point” measurement.

Management Systems Report (b)

The first report (M12) will first describe on the initial plans and set-up of the necessary management systems for communicating and coordinating actions for the control of performance, and for the accounting of resources used. A second report (M24) will be an evaluation of the efficiency and effectiveness of the management systems already in operation.

Change Management Document (Report) (a)

This document will record the changes that will occur after the delivery of each Prototype and its evaluation and training. Feedback from the End User Partners will be documented, prioritised according to the DOW and fed back into the development cycle.

System Design Document (Report) (b)

This document will contain the high level architectural, component and UI design specification for the SPIRIT platform components, coordinating work across WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6, WP7 and WP9.

Requirement Analysis Document (Report) (a)

This deliverable will set out the Requirements (both functional and non-functional requirements), Technical Requirements and their mapping into Use-Cases plus the security-privacy contexts and respective requirements as well as Privacy impact assessment and and privacy risk analysis; these are taken up by the Change Management Process as responsively activated throughout the project.

Trial Run Integration and Performance Testing (Report) (a)

This iterative report will document the component integration and performance issues that occur during each of the cyclic trial runs.

Communication & Dissemination Plan (Report) (a)

In this deliverable the communication activities will be detailed, and the list of events and publications will be updated.

Management Systems Report (a)

The first report (M12) will first describe on the initial plans and set-up of the necessary management systems for communicating and coordinating actions for the control of performance, and for the accounting of resources used. A second report (M24) will be an evaluation of the efficiency and effectiveness of the management systems already in operation.

Exploitation Plan/IPR (Report) (a)

Exploitation Plan/IPR on exploitation activities (including the individual business plans) & IPR management.

Privacy Controller for Modelling and Filtering (Software and Report) (a)

This report will document the software from this deliverable as will be embedded in the cyclic development of the SPIRIT platform thereby ensuring that legal, ethical and privacy requirements are implemented in the system architecture.

Legal and Ethical Framework and Risk analysis Report (a)

This Deliverable will detail the regulatory and ethical framework and will single out the relevant normative constraints to be taken into account in the design of functionalities and architecture of the SPIRIT platform (WP2, WP3, WP7).

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Publications

Defining Schemas for Property Graphs by using the GraphQL Schema Definition Language

Author(s): Olaf Hartig
Published in: 2019

Minimisation of Incidental Findings, and Residual Risks for Security Compliance: the SPIRIT Project

Author(s): Pompeu CASANOVAS, Nicholas MORRIS, Jorge GONZÁLEZ-CONEJERO, Emma TEODORO, Rick ADDERLEY
Published in: 2018