Wednesday 13 December
8:30  Registration
9:30  Opening Session.
Methods for Tabular Protection I (Chair: Anco Hundepool)
10:00  A Method for Preserving Statistical Distributions Subject to Controlled
Tabular Adjustment. Lawrence H. Cox, Jean G. Orelien and Babubhai V.
Shah.
10:20  Questions
10:25  Automatic Structure Detection in Constraints of Tabular Data. Jordi
Castro and Daniel Baena
10:45  Questions
10.50 Coffe Break
Methods for Tabular Protection II (Chair: Anco Hundepool)
11:10  A Generalized Negative Binomial Smoothing Model for Sample Disclosure
Risk Estimation. Yosef Rinott and Natalie Shlomo
11:30  Questions
11:35  Harmonizing Table Protection: Results of a Study. Sarah Giessing
and Stefan Dittrich
11:55  Questions
12:00  Calibration estimator for magnitude tabular data protection. Daniela
Ichim and Luisa Franconi
12:10  Lunch
Methods for Microdata Protection I (Chair: John M.
Abowd)
14:00 Optimal Multivariate 2Microaggregation for Microdata Protection:
A 2Approximation. Josep DomingoFerrer and Francesc Sebé
14:20  Questions
14:25  Using the Jackknife Method to Produce Safe Plots of Microdata.
Jobst Heitzig
14:45  Questions
14:50  Combining Blanking and Noise Addition as a Data Disclosure Limitation
Method. Anton Flossmann and Sandra Lechner
15:10 Questions
15:15  Why Swap when you can Shuffle? A Comparison of the Proximity Swap
and Data Shuffle for Numeric Data. Krish Muralidhar, Rathindra Sarathy
and Ramesh Dandekar
15:35 – Questions
15:40 – Coffee break
Methods for Microdata Protection II (Chair: Jane Longhurst)
16:00  Adjusting SurveyWeights When Altering Identifying Design Variables
Via Synthetic Data. Robin Mitra and Jerome P. Reiter
16:20  Questions
16:25  Combinations of SDC Methods for Microdata Protection. Anna
Oganian and Alan F. Karr
16:45  Questions
16:50  A Fixed Structure Learning Automaton MicroAggregation Technique
for Secure
Statistical Databases. Ebaa Fayyoumi and B. John Oommen
17:10  Questions
17:15  Review of PRAM from the Samplers’ and Data Users’ Perspective.
Jay J. Kim
17:25  A new Approach for Disclosure Control in the IAB Establishment
Panel – Multiple Imputation for a Better Data Access. Stefan
Bender, Jörg Drechsler , Agnes Dundler, Susanne Rässler , Thomas
Zwick
Thursday 14 December
Utility and Risk in Microdata Protection (Chair: Silvia
Polettini)
9:00  Risk, Utility and PRAM. PeterPaul de Wolf
9:20  Questions
9:25  Distance Based ReIdentification for Time Series: Analysis of Distances.
Jordi Nin and Vicenç Torra
9:45  Questions
9:50  Beyond kAnonymity: A Decision Theoretic Framework for Assessing
Privacy
Risk. Guy Lebanon, Monica Scannapieco, Mohamed R. Fouad and Elisa Bertino
10:10  Questions
10:15  Using Mahalanobis DistanceBased Record Linkage for Disclosure
Risk Assessment. Vicenç Torra, John M. Abowd and Josep DomingoFerrer
10:35 – Questions
10:40  Coffee break
Utility and Risk in Microdata Protection II (Chair:
Ramesh Dandekar)
11:00  Improving Individual Risk Estimators. Loredana Di Consiglio and
Silvia Polettini
11:20 – Questions
11:25  Comparison of Methods for Estimating Disclosure Risk Measures for
Microdata at the UK Office for National Statistics. Natalie Shlomo, Jeremy
Barton
11:35  Tackling the Combinatorial Explosiveness of the Special Uniques
Search Problem using a Recursive Algorithm and a Distributed Search Infrastructure
on a Grid. M. J. Elliot, K. R. Mayes, A. M. Manning, D. Haglin, J. R. Gurd
11:45  Ideas for Record Linkage in a Secure Data Environment. Michael
D. Larsen
12:00  Lunch
Case Studies (Chair: Sylvie Ribaille)
14:00  Measuring the Impact of Data Protection Techniques on Data Utility:
Evidence from the Survey of Consumer Finances. Arthur Kennickell and
Julia Lane
14:20  Questions
14:25  Protecting the Confidentiality of Survey Tabular Data by Adding Noise
to the Underlying Microdata: Application to the Commodity Flow Survey. Paul
Massell, Laura Zayatz and Jeremy Funk
14:45  Questions
14:50  Italian Household Expenditure Survey: A Proposal for Data Dissemination
Mario Trottini, Luisa Franconi and Silvia Polettini
15:10  Questions
15:15  Anonymisation of Linked Employer Employee Datasets. Theoretical Thoughts
and an Application to the German Structure of Earnings Survey. Hans–Peter
Hafner, Rainer Lenz
15:25  The Identifiability of Pharmaceutical Data: A Test of the Statistical
Alternative to HIPAA’s Safe Harbor. Michael A. Stoto
15:35  Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice: Experiences from Statistics
Sweden in Applying SDC Methodology. Michael Carlson, Ingegerd Jansson,
Helen Lindkvist
Friday 15 December Utility and Risk in Tabular Protection (Chair: Sarah
Giessing)
9:00  Effects of Rounding on the Quality and Confidentiality of Tabular
Data. Lawrence H. Cox and Jay J. Kim
9:20  Questions
9:25  Disclosure Analysis for TwoWay Contingency Tables. Haibing
Lu, Yingjiu Li and Xintao Wu
9:45  Questions
9:50  Statistical Disclosure Control Methods Through a RiskUtility Framework.
Natalie Shlomo and Caroline Young
10:10  Questions
10:15  Entry Uniqueness in Margined Tables. Shmuel Onn
10:35  Questions
10:40  A New Approach to Round Tabular Data. Juan José Salazar
González
11:00  Questions
11:05  Coffee Break
Protocols for Private Computation (chair: Juan José SalazarGonzalez)
11:25  SingleDatabase Private Information Retrieval Schemes : Overview,
Performance
Study, and Usage with Statistical Databases. Carlos AguilarMelchor and
Yves Deswarte
11:45  Questions
11:50  PrivacyPreserving Data Set Union. Alberto M. Segre, Andrew
Wildenberg, Veronica Vieland and Ying Zhang
12:10  Questions
12:15  “Secure” LogLinear and Logistic Regression Analysis
of Distributed Databases. Aleksandra B. Slavkovic, Stephen E. Fienberg,
William J. Fulp and Tracey A. Wrobel
12:35  Questions
12:40  Lunch
Software (chair: Lawrence Cox)
14:20  The ARGUS Software in CENEX. Anco Hundepool
14:40  Questions
14:45  Software Development for SDC in R. Matthias Templ
15:05 – Questions
15:10  On Secure EHealth Systems. Milan Markovic
15:30  Questions
15:35  IPUMSInternational High Precision Population Census Microdata
Samples: Balancing the PrivacyQuality Tradeoff by Means of Restricted
Access Extracts. Robert McCaa, Steven Ruggles, Michael Davern, Tami Swenson
and Krishna M. Palipudi
15:55 – Questions
16:00 – Closing remarks
