COST 1206 WG and Managing Committee Meeting
2-3 November 2015, Valletta, Malta
Presentation on Privacy by Design by KU Leuven.
COST 1206 Training School: De-identification for privacy protection in multimedia content
7-11 Oct 2015, Limassol, Cyprus
KU Leuven utilised training material created within the PRIPARE project.
IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Identity Management – Time for a Revolution?
16-21 August 2015, Edinburgh, UK
KU Leuven will present the following paper: Identity theft through e-government services – Government to pay the bill?
VII Congreso Iberoamericano de Telemática – CITA2015
12 June 2015, Popayan, Colombia
José M. del Álamo (UPM) presented two PRIPARE papers at the VII Congreso Iberoamericano de Telemática – CITA2015:
1) Quantitative Assessment and Comparison of Cloud Service Providers’ Privacy Practices, by Jose M. del Alamo, Ruben Trapero, Yod-Samuel Martin, Juan C. Yelmo and Neeraj Suri. The slides of his presentation are available here.
2) Toward a Pattern Language for Privacy enhancing Design Techniques, by Yod-Samuel Martin, Jose M. del Alamo, and Juan C. Yelmo. The slides of his presentation are available here.
European Commission Briefing
11 June 2015, Brussels, Belgium
PRIPARE organised a briefing on privacy-by-design for the European Commission on 11 June, 2015. The agenda was as follows, with the slides available via each title:
5 June 2015, Leuven, Belgium
PRIPARE participated in the organisation of the IPEN workshop that took place in Leuven on 5 June, 2015. PRIPARE was involved in the organisation of three break out sessions: Teaching Privacy by Design: from raising awareness to building skill; Standardisation for privacy engineering; and Risk management and Design: two pillars of privacy engineering.
Journées thématiques: Respect de la vie privée et services mobiles sans contact
27-28 May 2015, Paris, France
Antonio Kung took part in a workshop “Journées thématiques: Respect de la vie privée et services mobiles sans contact” in Paris on 27 May 2015. The slides of his presentation on “PRIPARE: towards an integrated privacy-by-design practice” are available here.
IEEE International Workshop on Privacy Engineering
21 May 2015, San José, US.
José M. del Álamo (UPM) presented the paper PRIPARE: Integrating Privacy Best Practices into a Privacy Engineering Methodology at the IEEE International Workshop on Privacy Engineering, co-located with the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, in San José (CA).
The slides of his presentation are available here.
Cyber Security and Privacy Innovation Forum
28-29 April 2015, Brussels, Belgium
Antonio Kung, Claudia Roda, Nicolas Notario and Henning Kopp participated in a panel on “Privacy by Design to Privacy by Operation”.
Open Automotive 2015
22 April 2015, Stuttgart, Germany
Antonio Kung took part in a panel on “Automotive Cyber Security – a European Perspective”. The slides of his presentation “Privacy Laws – the impact to product and service designs” are available here.
Trust in the Digital World 2015: trusting big data
25-26 February 2015, Madrid, Spain
Carmela Troncoso presented “Big data and privacy: is it possible” at Trust in the Digital World 2015. The slides of her presentation are available here.
21-23 January 2015, Brussels, Belgium
Yod Samuel Martín García and José M. del Álamo (UPM) presented “Forget About Being Forgotten: From the Right to Oblivion to the Right of Reply” at CPDP 2015. The slides of their presentation are available here. A video of the presentation is available here.
Claudia Roda (AUP) took part in the panel “Privacy in Computer Science Education”. A video of the panel is available here.
IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Identity
10 September 2014, Patras, Greece
KU Leuven presented “Privacy by Design: The case of Automated Border Control” at the 9th International IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Identity Management for the Future Internet in the Age of Globalisation. A copy of the slides can be found here.
Privacy Laws & Business 27th Annual Conference
Privacy by Design: introductory lecture
18 June 2014, Madrid, Spain
José M. del Álamo from UPM delivered an introductory lecture on ‘Privacy by Design’ to an audience of software engineering practitioners. The lecture was part of a technical seminar that the Center for Open Middleware offers to Santander Bank technical staff.
Please visit the following link to view the lecture.
Annual Privacy Forum 2014, Athens, Greece
20-21 May 2014, Athens, Greece.
Daniel le Métayer (INRIA) and Thibaux Antignac (INRIA) ‘Privacy-by-design: from technologies to architectures’
Antonio Kung (Trialog) ‘PEARS: Privacy Enhancing Architectures’
Daniel le Métayer (INRIA) was a member of a panel on privacy-by-design.
Further information on the conference can be found here.
Cyber Security & Privacy Forum 2014, Athens, Greece
21-22 May 2014, Athens, Greece.
Track 4 How to Transform Principles into Enginering Requirements? (PRIPARE)
David Wright (TRI) ‘Integrating privacy and ethical impact assessment’
Claudia Diaz (KU Leuven) ‘Engineering Privacy by Design’
Track 7 Privacy-by-design Issues: Supply Chain, Multiple Jurisdictions, Training (PRIPARE )
Fanny Coudert (KU Leuven) and Daniel le Métayer (INRIA) ‘Teaching Privacy-by-Design’
Claudia Roda (AUP) ‘Requirements for training material’
Susan Perry (AUP) ‘Teaching human rights and digital technology’
Frank Kargl (UULM) ‘Professional Training on Privacy’
Track 10 Methodologies and Best Practices for Privacy-by-Design (PRIPARE)
Nicolás Notario (Atos) ‘PRIPARE’s new vision on engineering privacy and security by design’
Hisain Elshaafi (WIT) ‘Best practice at research level’
Antonio Kung (Trialog) ‘Design and Evaluation of PEARS Privacy Enhancing Architectures’
Frank Kargl (UULM) ‘Re-using privacy patterns’
Further information on the conference can be found here.
Lecture on Privacy by Design
31 March, 2014, Brussels, Belgium
KU Leuven gave a lecture on Privacy by Design in the the ManaMa Intellectual Property/Information and Communication Technologies Track (LLM), 2013-2014, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven/Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel. The slides from the lecture can be found here.