Washington, DC – September 27th, 2017
CDAC/FCSM Workshop on New Advances in Disclosure Limitation
Bureau of Labor Statistics Conference Center
Call for Abstracts for a Session Presentation
Abstract Submission Deadline: August 4, 2017
Disclosure Limitation is at a crossroads! With the ready availability of commercial data and new advances in computer science, many techniques that traditionally protected the confidentiality of record-level data are being called into question.
Come share your experience! What disclosure limitation problems are your organization facing? How are you working to close the gap between science and practice? Where do current techniques fall short? Which problems are real, and which are media creations?
Submit an abstract for a session presentation to the Workshop on Disclosure Limitation sponsored by the Confidentiality and Data Access Committee (CDAC, a sub-committee of the Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology).
Some of the benefits to presenting at this workshop include:
· Sharing your knowledge so others can learn
· Enriching your presentation and publication skills
· Building relationships with peers
Presentations should be limited to 25 minutes and focus on one of the two themes:
(1) Disclosure Avoidance -- Governance and Policy
(2) Advancements in Disclosure Limitation Techniques
To submit an abstract, please provide the following:
(2) Organizational Affiliation
(3) Presentation Title
(4) Presentation Theme (i.e., Policy or Technique)
(5) Presentation Abstract
(6) Presentation Keywords
To submit a proposal or be notified when the registration site is available, please send an email with “CDAC” in the Subject line to: Simson Garfinkel (firstname.lastname@example.org), Darius Singpurwalla (email@example.com), and Michael Hawes ().