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What is a privacy pattern? New post by Henning Kopp.

Henning Kopp, Ulm, has published a new blog post on the Security Engineering Forum, focusing on: what is a privacy pattern? The blog post is available at: http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

Call for papers: Second IEEE International Workshop on Privacy Engineering (IWPE’16)

On behalf of IWPE’16 Committee, we are pleased to invite you to submit a paper to the International Workshop on Privacy Engineering which will take place in San Jose, CA (USA), on 25-26 May 2016, co-located with 37th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy. Details

Privacy by Design: why is there a gap between theory and practice? New post by Carmela Troncoso

Carmela Troncoso, Gradiant, has published a new blog post on the Security Engineering Forum, focusing on the gap between theory and practice in Privacy by Design. The blog post is available at: http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

Privacy Best Practices Example. New post by Hisain Elshaafi.

Hisain Elshaafi, Waterford Institute of Technology, has published a new blog post on the Security Engineering Forum, focusing on privacy best practices. The blog post is available at: http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

Privacy Standards. New post by Antonio Kung.

Antonio Kung, PRIPARE Coordinator, has published a new blog post on the Security Engineering Forum, focusing on privacy standards. The blog post is available at: http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

PRIPARE liasion with ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27/WG5

PRIPARE has created a liaison with ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27/WG5
in order to contribute to standards related to privacy engineering.
Antonio Kung attended the ISO meeting in Mexico in October 2014 to
present the liaison request. He then attended the subsequent meeting in
Kuching in May 2015 to submit the creation of a study period on privacy
engineering. He was appointed rapporteur of this study period. The
PRIPARE project intends to provide a significant contribution to this study.

European Commission Briefing

PRIPARE organised a briefing on privacy-by-design for the European Commission on 11 June, 2015. The agenda was as follows:

Introduction (Antonio Kung)
What is privacy-by-design (Carmela Troncoso)
PbD and policy making (Pagona Tsormpatzoudi)
Engineering Pbd (Antonio Kung)
Recommendations (Fanny Coudert)

The slides are also available via the presentations page of the PRIPARE website: http://pripareproject.eu/outreach/presentations/

 

PRIPARE included in the Atos Research & Innovation booklet

The annual Atos Research & Innovation booklet mentions PRIPARE as a key project and includes details of the outcomes of the project and how it aims to solve identified challenges. The booklet is available here.

PETs replaced by PEARS? New post by Antonio Kung

Antonio Kung, from Trialog, has posted a new blog entry on the Security Engineering Forum, in which he discusses Privacy Enhancing ARchitectures (PEARS): http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

Developments in privacy impact assessment. New post by David Wright

David Wright, from Trilateral Research & Consulting, has posted a new blog entry on the Security Engineering Forum, in which he discusses recent developments in privacy impact assessment: http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

 

 

Privacy-preserving tools to support privacy-by-design. New post by Carmela Troncoso.

Carmela Troncoso (Gradiant) has posted a new blog entry on the Security Engineering Forum, in which she discusses privacy preserving tools to support privacy-by-design: http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

 

Trust based strategies for privacy by design. New post by Thibaud Antignac and Daniel Le Métayer

Thibaud Antignac and Daniel Le Métayer (Inria) have posted a new blog entry on the Security Engineering Forum, in which they discuss trust based strategies for privacy by design:http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

Digital technology and human rights. New post by Claudia Roda and Susan Perry

Claudia Roda and Susan Perry (AUP) have published a new blog entry on the Security Engineering Forum, in which they discuss digital technology and human rights: http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/blog

 

 

PRIPARE has been accepted as an organisation member of the OASIS PbD-SE.

PRIPARE has been accepted as an organisation member of the OASIS PbD-SE. Two people from the PRIPARE consortium – Antonio Kung and Nicolas Notario – are now members of the group.

Video now available of José M. del Álamo introductory lecture on ‘Privacy by Design’

On 18 June 2014, José M. del Álamo from UPM delivered an introductory lecture on ‘Privacy by Design’ to an audience of software engineering practitioners at the Center for Open Middleware. The Youtube video of the presentation can be found on the presentations page of the PRIPARE website.