“Practical De-Identification” was held on July 9, 2015. The event was attended by industry and policy leaders from a range of sectors, who joined in a lively and in-depth discussion about what it means for data to be de-identified. Expert panelists discussed the current regulatory framework, how to understand identifiers and pseudonymous data, the role of controls, and sector-specific applications of de–identification.
You can download the speakers’ presentations by clicking HERE. For more information and a summary of the proceedings, please reach out to [email protected].
Building on the success of this event, EY and FPF will be kicking off an effort to provide guidance on what steps are needed to provide effective controls, as well as to support the policy arguments for the relevancy of controls to the de–identification process.