Data privacy: what you need to know about privacy preserving tools and sharing information
|Price (incl GST)|
|Members Single price||$89.00|
|Non-Members Single price||$130.00|
- Expiry Date: 25 June 2018
- Duration: 60 minutes
The need to keep individual data private and conform to privacy regulations raises a host of limitations. Organisations are often without sufficient technical knowledge, and struggle to navigate through threats, risks management and policies.
This webinar will give you an understanding of what data privacy actually means in practice when sharing data either publicly or with a set of partners. We will discuss how the notion of data privacy depends much on context and the nature of the data. We will also look at threats to privacy ranging from re-identification issues to personal identifiable information inference problems. We will then examine how we can expand the availability of high quality data while maintaining privacy and minimising statistical disclosure risk.
This webinar will cover:
- What data privacy means when releasing and sharing data
- Identifying and quantifying re-identification risks
- An introduction to the emerging data privacy technologies and their capabilities and limitations
- How to balance provable privacy guarantees with data utility
- Current Australian regulations, policies and best practices for data release
You should attend this webinar to understand:
- Data value and privacy risks and threats, as well as existing technologies to protect data whilst enabling new business models
- Emerging threats and assessing contexts for sharing and releasing data.
- Notions of guaranteed privacy technologies which are proven formally to protect data even against unknown attacks.
Register for three or more webinars of your choice in one transaction, and you can take advantage of our bundle and save promotion. Receive 10% discount for three webinars or register for five or more and receive a 15% discount.*Series webinars are exempt from this offer.
DPD Units = 5
Group Leader, Data61
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