Disclosure Risk in Dynamic Two-Dimensional Contingency Tables (Extended Abstract)
Conference Proceeding Article
Two-dimensional contingency tables are central products of many information organizations such as statistical agencies, census bureaus, and health insurance information agencies. In a contingency table, any sensitive information about individuals must be protected, while some aggregated information can be released. The disclosure risk is that the aggregated information can be used to infer some sensitive information about individuals. Since the disclosure of sensitive information may compromise privacy, confidentiality, and national interests, one needs to carefully assess the latent risk of disclosure and take effective methods to protect the data. Work of Lu and Li was supported in part by SMU Research Office. Work of Wu was supported in part by USA National Science Foundation Grant IIS-0546027.
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Information Systems Security: Second International Conference, ICISS 2006, Kolkata, India, December 19-21, 2006. Proceedings
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LU, Haibing; LI, Yingjiu; and Wu, Xintao.
Disclosure Risk in Dynamic Two-Dimensional Contingency Tables (Extended Abstract). (2006). Information Systems Security: Second International Conference, ICISS 2006, Kolkata, India, December 19-21, 2006. Proceedings. 4332, 349-352. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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