PRIPARE Support 2nd IPEN workshop
PRIPARE supported the organisation of the 2nd IPEN workshop on June 5th in Leuven. PRIPARE organised the sessions on standardisation and educational material. Further to the workshop, PRIPARE set up a community wiki providing information on privacy standards (see http://ipen.trialog.com/)
PRIPARE at CSP 2015
PRIPARE organised the panel ‘Privacy by Design to Privacy by Operation’ at Cyber Security and Privacy Innovation Forum 2015.
PRIPARE at CPDP 2015
PRIPARE organised the panel ‘Privacy in Computer Science Education’. The video of the panel can be found here.
PRIPARE plenary meeting
10 September 2014, Paris, France
The PRIPARE consortium met for a one-day plenary meeting at the American University of Paris. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss progress across all work packages and to plan for future events.
25 August 2014, Karlskrona, Sweden
Yod-Samuel Martin will present his joint paper with Jose M. del Alamo and Juan C. Yelmo at ESPRE 2014 – Evolving Security & Privacy Requirements Engineering. Further information can be found here.
Privacy Laws & Business 27th Annual International Conference
30 June – 2 July 2014, Queens’ College Cambridge, UK
Antonio Kung, Trialog, will be presenting his paper “bridging the privacy-by-design gap between privacy managers and software engineers” at the Privacy Laws & Business 27th Annual International Conference. Further information on the conference can be found here. A copy and video of the presentation can be found on our presentations page.
PRIPARE First workshop colocated with the Cyber Security & Privacy Forum, Athens, Greece
21-22 May 2014, Athens, Greece
PRIPARE organised its first workshop in Athens during the CSP forum 2014. Three tracks were dedicated to the conference:
- Track 4 How to Transform Principles into Enginering Requirements?
- Track 7 Privacy-by-design Issues: Supply Chain, Multiple Jurisdictions, Training
- Track 10 Methodologies and Best Practices for Privacy-by-Design
Copies of the presentations can be found on our presentations page.
PRIPARE Advisory board consultation 2014
21 May 2014, Athens, Greece
Annual Privacy Forum 2014, Athens, Greece
20-21 May 2014, Athens, Greece.
Members of the PRIPARE consortium attended and participated in the Annual Privacy Forum in Athens. Copies of presentations can be found on our presentations page.
Privacy protection in intelligent transport systems
31 March 2014, American University of Paris, Paris, France
Frank Kargl, University of Ulm, has been invited to present on his work on privacy protection in intelligent transport systems, as part of a course at the American University of Paris, on Human Rights and Digital Technology. For more information, see the event flyer and the AUP event page.
OECD Privacy Expert Roundtable
21 March 2014, Paris, France
KU Leuven participated in the OECD Privacy Expert Roundtable on “Protecting Privacy in a Data-driven Economy: Taking Stock of Current Thinking”.
Privacy and ethical impact assessment of information technology
20 March 2014, American University of Paris, Paris, France
David Wright, Trilateral Research & Consulting, has been invited to present on his work on privacy and ethical impact assessment, as part of a course at the American University of Paris, on Human Rights and Digital Technology. For more information, see the event flyer and the AUP event page.
Computers, Privacy & Data Protection
22-24 January 2014, 7th International Conference, Brussels CPDP
Antonio Kung, PRIPARE project co-ordinator, participated in a panel, organised by the Panel organized by the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner Ontario, Canada, on “Privacy-by-design: the transition from concept to essential component of data protection compliance”: Privacy-by-design. Video footage from the panel, which took place on the 22 January at 11:45 can be found here. A copy of the conference program can be found here.
ICT 2013 Conference
7 November 2013, Vilnius, Lithuania ICT 2013
At the ICT 2013 conference, members of the PRIPARE project organized the Security and Trust session “Preparing the Industry” to Privacy and Security-by-Design by supporting Its Application in Research.
- Presentation: Why should research projects care about privacy-by-design? The PRIPARE Initative, by Antonio Kung, Trialog
- Presentation: Identifying and Discussing Current Initiatives for privacy-by-design, by Jim Clarke, TSSG
- Presentation: Identifying Targeted Research Projects, by Alberto Crespo, Atos
- Presentation: Can We Work Together?, by Carsten Rudolph, Fraunhofer SIT
PRIPARE kick-off meeting
8 October 2013, Paris, France
The PRIPARE project started by holding its kickoff meeting, hosted by the project co-ordinator, at the TRIALOG office.