Trust and Privacy in Process Analytics
This paper summarizes the panel discussion at the 1st Workshop on Trust and Privacy in Process Analytics (TPPA) co-located with the 2nd International Conference on Process Mining. The panel discussed to what extend trust and privacy is embedded in applications of process mining and took place on 5th October 2020. The virtual session was chaired by Felix Mannhardt and Agnes Koschmider and the invited panelists were Moe Wynn, Jana Lange, Lars Biermann and Florian Tschorsch. The major challenges that this panel identified related to privacy-preserving process mining are to include (user-centric) privacy filters, understanding the privacy-utility trade-off and to link privacy-preserving techniques with dataset quality.
Copyright (c) 2020 Felix Mannhardt; Agnes Koschmider; Lars Biermann, Jana Lange, Florian Tschorsch, Moe Thandar Wynn
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