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Deidentifying Data

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There are many situations where we want to keep private information safe. Sometimes, we want to protect identifying information but still be able to match records. This white paper, “Deidentifying Data” describes how to encode sensitive information in a way that allows you to match records in the future. We walk through the steps you can take to deidentify any amount of information using Microsoft Excel. You’ll also get a free tool to help you perform the hashing process, and we’ve included a quick overview of how hashing works and why we chose the algorithm we did.

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