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Data de-identification 101: Strategy, techniques and considerations

(Data Privacy Day 2019)

Every industry is undergoing a data driven revolution. The use of data is making companies innovate faster, make better informed business decisions, find efficiencies, and understand what their users want and how to deliver it for them.

Often the data used is sensitive and personal, so a by-product of this greater use of data has been a growth in the risk to individuals’ privacy. Individuals and regulators are increasingly concerned and have started demanding better protection of individuals’ data. De-identifying data can reduce the privacy risk associated with processing it, whilst preserving much of the data’s utility, but effectively doing so can be a complex process and one of uncertainty for many organisations.

This interactive session will explore some of the key considerations and best practices organisations should employ when looking to de-identify personal data.

By attending this session, you’ll learn:

-The key terms and concepts within data de-identification

-Why it’s advisable to de-identify data

-Key techniques to apply

-How to manage de-identified data
Recorded Jan 28 2019 30 mins
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Guy Cohen, Strategy & Policy Lead, Privitar
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