The two-user multiple-input multiple-output Gaussian broadcast channel with common, private, and confidential messages is considered. The transmitter sends a common message to both users, a confidential message to the User 1 and a private (non-confidential) message to the User 2. The secrecy-capacity region is characterized by showing that certain inner and outer bounds coincide and that the boundary points are achieved by Gaussian inputs, which enables the development of a tight converse. The proof relies on the factorization of upper concave envelopes and a variant of dirty-paper coding (DPC). It is shown that the entire region is exhausted by using DPC to cancel out the signal of the non-confidential message at Receiver 1, thus making DPC against the signal of the confidential message unnecessary.A numerical example illustrates the secrecy-capacity results.
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