Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology (AJCST)
A Study of Privacy Preserving Using Anonymization TechniquesAuthor : S. Renuka
Volume 8 No.2 Special Issue:March 2019 pp 31-34
Now a day’s there is an extensive use of technology that has led to a massive increase in the amount of data that is generated. The analysis of such information will help the business and organization in various ways and also contributing beneficially to society in many different fields. As this data also contains the considerable amount of user-sensitive and private information, it will lead to the potential threats to the user’s privacy if the data is published without applying any privacy preserving techniques to the data. This paper discusses the various anonymization techniques such as generalization and suppression which are used to preserve privacy during data publishing.
Privacy, Anonymization, Suppression, Generalization, K-Anonymity
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