WCSE 2015
ISBN: 978-981-09-5471-0 DOI: 10.18178/wcse.2015.04.00X

Developing a Personal Data Inventory Tracking and Managing System

Iuon-Chang Lin, Yung-Wang Lin, Ling-Hsien Tseng, Yeong-Chin Chen

Abstract— Constructing a PIMS (Personal Information Management System) is now organizations in Taiwan eagerly trying to do, to reach this goal personal data inventory tracking should take priority. This study developing a “Personal Data Inventory Tracking and Managing System” to help organizations control personal data type and data flow effectively. Using computer system to control personal data life circle not only can lower burdens of data owners, but also help managers to understand personal data deployment inside of the organizations in terms of which part of the data is useful while making choices or decisions. Organizations can also follow the system procedure as a personal data control standard in the future to help accord with the international standards and obey the Personal Data Protection Law of Taiwan in the perspectives of system design, management and operation procedures. Effectiveness of this system will remain to be measured and evaluated in the future.

Index Terms— PIMS, Information Law and Ethics, Digital Forensics.

Iuon-Chang Lin
Department of Photonics and Communication Engineering, Asia University, TAIWAN
Yung-Wang Lin, Yeong-Chin Chen
Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, Asia University, TAIWAN
Iuon-Chang Lin, Ling-Hsien Tseng
Department of Management Information Systems, National Chung Hsing University, TAIWAN


Cite: Iuon-Chang Lin, Yung-Wang Lin, Ling-Hsien Tseng, Yeong-Chin Chen, "Developing a Personal Data Inventory Tracking and Managing System," 2015 The 5th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering-Information Processing and Control Engineering (WCSE 2015-IPCE), pp. 595-602, Moscow, Russia, April 15-17, 2015.