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CS 528 - Data Privacy and Security

Course Description: 

New technologies have increasingly enabled corporations and governments to collect, analyze and share huge amount of data related to individuals. Today, the challenge is enabling the legitimate use of the collected data without violating privacy and security. In this course, we are going to analyze the fundamental models of ensuring data privacy and security, and explore potential theoretical models, algorithms, and technologies that can enhance data privacy and security in different contexts, such as market basket, search engine, location-based services, social network, cloud computing, cryptocurrencies, and smart grid. We will also design and implement different techniques (e.g., cryptographic protocols, secure computation, and data sanitization) as well as examine their performance in terms of three critical properties (privacy/security, utility and efficiency).

Credit: 

(3-0-3)

Prerequisite: 

None

Corequisite: 

None