consider the collaborative data publishing problem for anonymizing horizontally partitioned data at multiple data providers. We consider a new type of “insider attack” by colluding data providers who may use their own data records (a subset of the overall data) to infer the data records contributed by other data providers. For M-privacy

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The concept of data publishing faces a lot of security issues, indicating that when any trusted organization provides data to a third party, personal information need not be disclosed. Therefore, to maintain the privacy of the data, this paper proposes an algorithm for privacy preserved collaborative data publishing using the Genetic Grey Wolf

with adaptive m-privacy checking strategies . This will provide us high utility and m-privacy of anonymized data with higher efficiency. Finally, we are going to propose secure multi-party computation protocols (SMC) for collaborative data publishing with m-privacy. Here we can use either a In this paper, we consider the collaborative data publishing problem for anonymizing horizontally partitioned data at multiple data providers. We consider a new type of “insider attack” by colluding data providers who may use their own data records (a subset of the overall data) to infer the data records contributed by other data providers. ensure that the anonymized data fulfils a given protection requrements against any group of up to m colluding data providers. Two algorithms for collaborative data are: one is a heuristic algorithm which is checking m-privacy anonymized data from the provider and second algorithm is provider aware anonymization which ensures m-privacy