Privacy - Preserving Data Mining at 10: Whats Next?

Clifton, C.W.

    It has been 10 years since the first papers entitled “Privacy–Preserving Data Mining” appeared. The past decade has witnessed a flood of papers with new techniques to protect and mine data, but little real– world impact. Is privacy dead? Or are there still challenges that must be addressed? This talk will begin with a brief retrospective on advances in privacy–preserving data mining. We will then look at legal and societal issues, and the mis- matches between these issues and the technology. We will then look at some new research in the area, in- cluding privacy metrics and techniques applicable to data mining, and data/computation outsourcing.
Cite as: Clifton, C.W. (2011). Privacy - Preserving Data Mining at 10: Whats Next?. In Proc. Australasian Data Mining Conference (AusDM 11) Ballarat, Australia. CRPIT, 121. Vamplew, P., Stranieri, A., Ong, K.-L., Christen, P. and Kennedy, P. J. Eds., ACS. 3
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