Alfred Rossi is a theoretical computer scientist and research scientist at Immuta, where his efforts are currently focused on mathematical privacy, including analysis and development of privacy enhancing technologies and techniques, and risk quantification. Alfred’s other research interests include clustering, where his work focuses on alternative settings: For instance, on consistently clustering data which changes over time, and graph clustering.
Before joining Immuta, Alfred was a Senior Lecturer in the Ohio State University Department of Computer Science and Engineering, a consultant, and a Researcher at the Battelle Memorial Institute.
Alfred holds a PhD in Computer Science, and an MS in Physics, both from the Ohio State University.
Contributions by Alfred Rossi
A guide to the EU’s unclear anonymization standards
The Privacy Advisor
Deidentification 201: A lawyer’s guide to pseudonymization and anonymization
Deidentification 101: A lawyer’s guide to masking, encryption and everything in between
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