17/09/2021 – Talk: “Privug: Using Probabilistic Programming for Quantifying Leakage in Privacy Risk Analysis” by Raúl Pardo

17/09/2021 – Talk: “Privug: Using Probabilistic Programming for Quantifying Leakage in Privacy Risk Analysis” by Raúl Pardo

Raúl Pardo will give a (dry-run) talk about his work on using probabilistic programming for quantifying leakage in privacy risk analysis. Paper to appear at ESORICS 2021. Details below.

SPEAKER

Raúl Pardo, Postdoc, ITU.

TITLE

Privug: Using Probabilistic Programming for Quantifying Leakage in Privacy Risk Analysis

ABSTRACT

Disclosure of data analytics results has important scientific and commercial justifications. However, no data shall be disclosed without a diligent investigation of risks for privacy of subjects. Privug is a tool-supported method to explore information leakage properties of data analytics and anonymization programs. In Privug, we reinterpret a program probabilistically, using off-the-shelf tools for Bayesian inference to perform information-theoretic analysis of the information flow. For privacy researchers, Privug provides a fast, lightweight way to experiment with privacy protection measures and mechanisms. We show that Privug is accurate, scalable, and applicable to a range of leakage analysis scenarios.

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