The current project has the following objectives:
The project offers guidance on the protection of the tables for the 2021 Census, considering the specific national constraints and recommends statistical disclosure control methods. The project also recommends how to handle confidential cells in grid squares and regional breakdowns.
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[no-lexicon]The main aim of this action is to ensure support, testing, maintenance and development of SDC software of interest to the NSIs in the ESS.[/n
Statistical confidentiality is a fundamental principle of official statistics enshrined in the Treaty and in the European statistics Code of Practice. Harmonisation of principles and guidelines as regards protection of confidential data is the obligation of Eurostat and national statistical authorities in the European Statistical System.
The main purpose of this ESSNet will be to pave the way for future cooperation in Europe. Therefore the main outcome of this project will be case studies investigating new directions to be realised by future projects and an architecture for making the ARGUS software more open, allowing to enlarge the team of developers.
Main objectives: This project was focused on the promotion of the results achieved so far rather than the development of new technologies. A key aim of the project was to make SDC tools more easily applicable and to assist NSIs by raising the level of knowledge and skills to a higher level.
Main objectives: to investigate the current situation in Europe with respect to the application of SDC-methods. We plan to conduct a short survey and study the situation in a few selected countries in more depth.
This is the Statistical Disclosure Control module of the Handbook on Methodology of Modern Business Statistics (MEMOBUST).
This handbook was issued in 2010 by the ESSnet on Statistical Disclosure Control.