How cryptography can complement differential privacy

04/11/2021 | NIST

A blog post by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on differential privacy illustrates how various privacy-enhancing cryptography and differential privacy techniques are useful in protecting data while enabling use. The article describes five PEC techniques and outlines that while the roles of PEC and differential privacy are “significantly different,” they are complimentary.

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