Facilitating the implementation of a highly trusted and secure, yet scalable and efficient personal data sharing and analysis platform by adapting state-of-the-art technologies and building on existing computing platforms (CREDENTIAL and MHMD).
Enabling decentralized, open standards-based and self-sovereign identity management and user-centric access control to personal data. The goal is to support a paradigm shift that creates a true alternative to organization-centric data management.
Developing privacy metrics that provide transparency to the data provider about the precise risks, based on their configuration of the KRAKEN platform, always in easy-to-understand terms and oriented to non-technical and professional profiles.
Demonstrating in two high-impact pilots –Health and Education- the maturity, feasibility and applicability of KRAKEN, and consolidating lessons learned for generalizing adoption in further economic sectors.
Creating economic value and innovative business models for ‘personal data spaces’ and supporting the Digital Single Markets’ data economy by incentivizing parties, in particular SMEs, to actively engage in the data market.
Ensuring that all developed solutions comply with the regulatory and technical constraints, such as data protection laws, authentication frameworks, and industry standards, in order to improve the management of personal information.