Tracker Attack

Tracker Attack:

A tracker attack is where an attacker can isolate an individual customer by making multiple aggregate queries (e.g. AVG() and SUM() in SQL) on a data set. Most aggregate query interfaces are naïve and only block queries with small result set sizes. This feature alone is insufficient to preserve privacy.

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Common privacy risks - How to protect your organisation

In this post we look at some of the key privacy risks facing organisations today, and how privacy engineering technology can help to mitigate against them.

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