Topic 1: Utility and disclosure risk in anonymised data
|Mahalanobis distance-based record linkage revisited||Krish Muralidhar (University of Oklahoma)||Paper | Presentation|
|Investigating New Methods for Creating Anonymized Microdata Based on Japanese Census Data||Shinsuke Ito (Chuo University)||Paper | Presentation|
Empirical Comparison of Anonymization Methods Regarding Their Risk-Utility Trade-Off
|Sara Ricci (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)||Paper | Presentation|
|A Study of the Impact of Synthetic Data Generation Techniques on Data Utility using the 1991 UK Samples of Anonymised Records||Jennifer Taub (University of Manchester)||Paper | Presentation|
|Measures for information loss in protected data||Mira Todorova (State Statistical Office, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)||Paper | Presentation|
Topic 2: Microdata and output protection
|A new shiny GUI for sdcMicro||Bernhard Meindl (Statistics Austria)||Paper | Presentation|
|Genetic algorithms for matrix representations and their application to synthetic data|
|Mark Elliot (University of Manchester)||Paper | Presentation|
|Recognising real people in synthetic microdata: risk mitigation and impact on utility||Beata Nowok (University of Edinburgh)||Paper | Presentation|
|A unified approach to the assessment of both identification and attribution risk||Duncan Smith (University of Manchester)||Paper | Presentation|
Topic 3: Confidentiality of big data and special types of data
|Data confidentiality and statistical registers in the Macedonian statistical system||Mirjana Boshnjak (State Statistical Office, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)||Paper | Presentation|
|Tabular Data anonymization with Big Data tools. (Secondary Cell Suppression via Tabu search)||Said Khadraoui (Secure Data Access Center)||Paper | Presentation|
|Location related risk and utility||Peter-Paul de Wolf (Statistics Netherlands)||Paper | Presentation|
Topic 4: Access to microdata
|Secure Research Access in the UK - The Five Safes||Peter Stokes (Office for National Statistics, the United Kingdom)||Paper | Presentation|
|Best international practices in local contexts||Natalia Volkow (INEGI, Mexico)||Paper | Presentation|
|Evolution of Statistics Canada Research Data Centers users||Donna Dosman (Statistics Canada)||Paper | Presentation|
|On-site Service and Safe Output Checking in Japan||Ryo Kikuchi (National Statistics Center / Nippon Telegraph and Telephone)||Paper | Presentation|
|Digital act in France: impact on public statistics||Michel Isnard (INSEE)||Paper | Presentation|
|A Proposal of a Simple and Secure Statistical Processing System using Secret Sharing||Kiyomi Shirakawa (Hitotsubashi University / National Statistics Center)||Paper | Presentation|
|Designing confidentiality training||Felix Ritchie (University of the West of England)||Paper | Presentation|
Topic 5: Methods and tools for tabular data protection
|Statistical Confidentiality in the European Business Statistics||Aleksandra Bujnowska (Eurostat)||Paper | Presentation|
|Center of Excellence on Statistical Disclosure Control||Maël Buron (INSEE)||Paper | Presentation|
|Establishing an Automated Confidentiality Service in Statistics New Zealand||Antony Gomez (Statistics New Zealand)||Paper | Presentation|
|Harmonization of the protection of social statistics at Statistics Finland||Miika Honkala (Statistics Finland)||Paper | Presentation|
|On using an improved Benders method for cell suppression||Daniel Baena Mirabete (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)||Paper | Presentation|
|Constrained optimisation for tabular suppression in the Australian Bureau of Statistics||Bernadette Fox (Australian Bureau of Statistics)||Paper | Presentation|
|Disclosure control that accounts for survey realities: assessing the risk using G-Confid||Peter Wright (Statistics Canada)||Paper | Presentation|
Topic 6: Census 2021 - Confidentiality issues
|Testing CTA as Additivity Module for Perturbed Census 2021 EU Hypercube Data||Sarah Giessing and Tobias Enderle (Destatis,Germany)||Paper | Presentation|
|The European Census Hub 2011 Hypercubes - Norwegian SDC Experiences||Johan Heldal (Statistics Norway)||Paper | Presentation|
|The Modernization of Statistical Disclosure Limitation at the U.S. Census Bureau||Aref Dajani (U.S. Census Bureau)||Paper | Presentation|
|Statistical disclosure control considerations of publishing data on grid squares and territorial units in the application STAGE||Junos Lukan (Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia)||Paper | Presentation|
|Creation of synthetic microdata in 2021 Census Transformation Programme (proof of concept)||Robert Rendell (Office for National Statistics, the United Kingdom)||Paper | Presentation|
|Secure statistical computation system on encrypted data: An empirical study of secure regression analysis for official statistics||Satoshi Takahashi (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone, Japan)||Paper | Presentation|
|Progress towards a table builder with in-built disclosure control for 2021 Census||Keith Spicer (Office for National Statistics, the United Kingdom)||Paper | Presentation|
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