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PRIPARE Handbook: Methodological Tools to Implement Privacy and Foster Compliance with the GDPR
See March 7th, 2016 Press release
PRIPARE started in October 2013 as a support action funded from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 610613.
Its mission has been twofold:
- Facilitate the application of a privacy and security-by-design methodology, support its practice by the ICT research community to prepare for industry practice
- Foster risk management culture through educational material targeted to a diversity of stakeholders
In December 2015, PRIPARE released the following material:
A set of documents describing the practice of privacy engineering, covering activities such as privacy risk management, requirement analysis, design strategies, maintenance and compliance.
- The PRIPARE methodology handbook ( http://pripareproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/PRIPARE-Methodology-Handbook-Final-Feb-24-2016.pdf)
- A set of educational material (see https://pripare.aup.edu/)
- Contribution to research:
- Privacy pattern portal (see https://privacypatterns.eu)
- Recommendations for research ( D5.3)
The PRIPARE community plans to continue contributions in the future in the front of privacy engineering practice and standardisation, educational material and research, in particular through the Internet Privacy Engineering Network ( https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/edps/EDPS/IPEN)
In August 2016, PRIPARE made available a recommendations documentfor smart cities