Today we face an explosion of data generation, ranging from health monitoring to national security infrastructure systems. More and more systems are connected to the Internet that collects data at regular time intervals. These systems share data and use machine learning methods for intelligent decisions, which resulted in numerous real-world applications (e.g., autonomous vehicles, recommendation systems, and heart-rate monitoring) that have benefited from it. However, these approaches are prone to identity thief and other privacy related cyber-security attacks. So, how can data privacy be protected efficiently in these scenarios? More dedicated efforts are needed to propose the integration of privacy techniques into existing systems and develop more advanced privacy techniques to address the complex challenges of multi-system connectivity and data fusion. Therefore, we propose the PAS at CIKM’22, which provides a venue to gather academic researchers and industry researchers/practitioners to present their research in an effort to advance the frontier of this critical direction of privacy algorithms in systems.
PAS at CIKM'22 provides a venue to gather the academia researchers and industry researchers/practitioners to present the recent progress of privacy algorithms in systems.
|1:00 - 1:05 pm||Welcome & Opening Remarks [Prof. Phillip S. Yu]|
|1:05 - 1:40 pm||Keynote from Academia [Prof. Norman Sadeh]|
|1:40 - 2:20 pm||Keynote from Industry & Academia [Prof. Graham Cormode]|
|2:20 – 3:00 pm||Keynote from Academia [Prof. Dan Lin]|
|3:00 - 3:10 pm||Coffee Break/Social Networking|
|3:10 – 3:50 pm||Keynote from Industry [Dr. Harsha Nori]||3:50 – 4:50 pm||Contributed Research Oral Talks [4 talks]||4:50 – 5:00 pm||Final Remarks|
University of Illinois Chicago
Oak Ridge National Laboratory