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When a company is hacked, and sensitive user data released without authorisation, it's clear that information security has been breached. However, companies may be willingly or unknowingly leaking information in non-obvious ways and the villain is also a hero of the big data era: data science. Applying data science to released data sets may discover latent information within that wasn't intended to be made public. In this webinar, we'll look at a few high-profile examples, discuss what went wrong and show how it could have been avoided. This webinar has been presented by Sean Owen, Director Data Science - Cloudera.

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