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Jan 10, 2019
Determined attackers can use a variety of methods to unravel statistical disclosures and reveal information about individuals. In a world of increasing data volumes, traditional methods of preventing unintended disclosure about individuals are struggling to keep up.
A new report from the Government Statistical Services (GSS) in the UK looks at the changing privacy threat landscape and state-of-the-art methods of managing privacy risk. Privitar experts and Professor Kobbi Nissim, one of the inventors of differential privacy, co-authored a chapter of the report to show how differential privacy can help preserve an individual’s privacy in the face of a new kind of threat.
Read the executive summary of our chapter to learn more about differential privacy – and how you can start to prepare for the privacy challenges of the future.
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