The bounty program pays up to $5000 for attackers who can break the anonymity of Diffix.
The session will bring together technical and legal experts to explore how Data Protection Officers (DPOs) can manage the complexities and uncertainties of GDPR-compliant data anonymization.
Paul Francis will give the keynote address, entitled "The Diffix Framework: Revisiting Noise, Again," at the Oakland (IEEE S&P) Workshop on Privacy Engineering.
The paper "A Broad View of the Ecosystem of Socially Engineered Exploit Documents" was accepted at NDSS '17.
MPI-SWS projects Aqua and Herd were discussed in an ArsTechnica article describing next generation anonymity networks.