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Conference Board Webinar
February 4, 2015 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join de-identification expert Luk Arbuckle for a Conference Board Webinar:
Preserving Privacy Through Anonymization
In a world where business is run and lives are lived on the internet, our personal information is continuously being captured by a host of electronic databases. People across the planet have massive amounts of data on their health, financial status, and buying habits collected everyday—and there is increasing pressure to make this data available not only for individuals, but for organizations as well.
New techniques such as ‘anonymization’ offer a way to securely use data in an environment where the line between personal VS private information is continually blurring. But how will it be used effectively and safely? What can be done to absolutely ensure we manage the risk of releasing data while preserving individual privacy?
Join us for this 60 minute session as Luk Arbuckle describes how you can unlock this valuable data while still protecting individual privacy. Luk will answer questions such as:
- What is anonymization, and what does it mean in terms of gaining analytic insight?
- What are the different ways data containing personal information can be unlocked safely?
- What can be done to manage the risk of re-identification?
- What are the differences between data masking, de-identification, and anonymization from an international standpoint?
Luk Arbuckle is the analytics director of Privacy Analytics, leading a team that assesses re-identification risk in data sets with personal information, and conducts research in the field re-identification risk measurement and de-identification methods. He is co-author of the book Anonymizing Health Data: Case Studies and Methods to Get You Started (O’Reilly 2013). The book covers several de-identification projects he’s worked on, such as the $3 million Heritage Health Prize, and the Cajun Code Fest hackathon.
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