Equilibrium Webinar Series
Balancing the Demands of Data Analytics and Data Privacy
Wednesday 24 June, 10am BST and 7pm BST Register here
Not All Synthetic Data Are Created Equal – Quantifying Risk and Utility. Failing to objectively measure privacy risk in a dataset can leave companies exposed to regulator scrutiny, fines and sanctions. This session will explore if it is possible to quantify privacy and re-identification risk before and after the application of Privacy-Enhanced Technologies (PETs) to demonstrate whether privacy risk has been reduced. It will include a working example quantifying privacy risk in synthetic data.
Presenter: Michael Fenton, Data Scientist, Truata
Truata is hosting the Equilibrium Webinar Series in association with IBM and IDA Ireland.
This series of monthly webinars is a unique opportunity to hear leading industry experts in analytics and data protection as well as business leaders and academics discussing ideas and sharing insights to propel data-driven organisations forward.
From the erosion of customer trust to the demand for personalisation, our speakers will explore the intersection between the growing data-driven economy and the evolving global privacy landscape.
A blend of panel discussions, fireside chats, insightful case studies and inspiring keynote sessions. The Equilibrium Webinar Series will examine the trends and developments impacting businesses in 2020 and beyond.
National delegate for the Italian Data Protection Authority
Head of Technology, Consumer & Business Services at IDA Ireland
Executive Director - Technology and Innovation, Information Commissioner’s Office
Founder of Inspire! Privacy and Security, LLC.
Managing Director for Europe at The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF)
Technical Director at Deloitte
Dr Johnny Ryan
Chief Policy & Industry Relations Officer at Brave, the private web browser
President and General Counsel, Truata
Deputy Commissioner for Technology and Operational Performance at Irish DPC
Tech Talk with the Regulators. This panel session with representatives from data protection authorities within Europe will discuss how to balance using data for social good with protecting the right of the individual and the role technology can play. This will include an exploration of emerging privacy enhancing technologies, anonymization, pseudonymization, privacy safeguards and the use of Big Data for social good.