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Red teaming privacy-preserving systems using AI

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Companies and governments are increasingly relying on privacy-preserving techniques to collect and process sensitive data. In this talk, I will discuss our efforts to red team deployed systems and argue that red teaming is essential to protect privacy in practice. I will first shortly describing how traditional de-identification techniques mostly fail in the age of big data. I will then show how implementation choices and trade-offs have enabled attacks against real-world systems, from query-based systems to differential privacy mechanisms and synthetic data. I will then conclude by describing recent successes in using AI to automatically discover vulnerabilities.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.

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