Applying New Innovations and Technologies in Government to Share and Use Data For Public Good

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Overview


The private sector is rapidly developing new technologies that enable data sharing and use at lower cost and greater efficiency than at any point in history. With these new capabilities comes a responsibility to ensure appropriate and responsible privacy protections are also in place. Lessons from the private sector are now relevant and available as government agencies explore the adoption of new approaches and methods for protecting privacy. Some agencies have also started developing and adopting these approaches. This webinar provided insights into cutting edge approaches and applications for enabling data sharing while protecting privacy by applying multi-party computation, homomorphic encryption, and synthetic data.

Denodo and the Data Coalition hosted the first of three webinar series on July 8.

Speakers


Dr. Lynne Parker

Deputy Chief Technology Officer, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Cavan Capps

Big Data Lead, Census Bureau

Kelsey Finch

Senior Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum

Paul Moxon

SVP Data Architecture & Chief Evangelist, Denodo

Venue


  ONLINE


Sponsors


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Description


On Wednesday, July 8 we hosted a live webinar with Denodo that provided insights into cutting edge approaches and applications for enabling data sharing while protecting privacy by applying multi-party computation, homomorphic encryption, and synthetic data.

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