Privacy Engineering: Tools to Kickstart Your GDPR Compliance

EIC OASIS Privacy Engineering Workshop

  • TYPE: Workshop DATE: May 09, 2017 TIME: 09:00 - 13:00
Pre-Conference Events

From May 2018 when the upcoming EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force, the requirements for managing personal data will change. The scope of this regulation is very broad and it affects most organizations, including those outside of the EU, that hold personal data on EU residents. The requirements for maintaining consumers’ privacy are significantly more stringent through this new framework.

With only 12 months to go is your organization ready to comply with these requirements that demand better controls over how it uses and manages the personal data that it holds?

  • Is your organization ready to comply with these requirements and put in place comprehensive controls over how it uses and manages personal data?
  • Does your organization understand how to implement functionality that will not only demonstrate that you are compliant, but actually deliver the privacy you have promised?
  • Does your technical team – including third party data partners – have the tools to understand their implementation requirements?
  • Can you efficiently and confidently manage changing data protection requirements as your business environment changes?

Privacy Engineering and Data Protection by Design provide powerful approaches to identify privacy risks, understand control requirements, and engineer and implement those controls to meet the mandates of GDPR. But how do you apply abstract privacy engineering and data protection concepts to the pressing mandates on your organizations to achieve compliance?

This workshop will provide you with actionable insights into:

  • GDPR – what is changing and what actions your organization needs to take.
  • Security - Privacy - Data Protection by Design: why traditional security is necessary but is not sufficient to ensure compliance. 
  • Data Protection Impact Assessments – What Are They? When do I need to conduct DPIAs? 
  • Privacy Engineering – what it is and why it is essential as part of your strategy for GDPR compliance,
  • How Privacy Engineering tools and techniques map onto the six GDPR principles and the regulatory mandates of the GDPR and how they help you to achieve compliance.
  • What is the relationship between DPIAs and privacy engineering?
  • Data discovery - bringing the data under control – a methodology for finding and managing the personal data your organization receives, processes, stores shares, transfers and retires
  • Consent - how to manage consent when I have multiple points of entry and our customers use different personas to access our systems. How can I manage consent around the aggregation of data?
  • Maintaining compliance - tools that will ensure your evolving systems continue to demonstrate accountability for your organizational policies and regulatory demands


Organizer

Privacy Engineering: Tools to Kickstart Your GDPR Compliance Agenda

Tuesday, May 09, 2017
09:00-10:15 Welcome
Mike Small, Information Security Management Advisor, Fellow Analyst, KuppingerCole

Welcome, Introductions and Workshop Overview
Gershon Janssen, Member, OASIS Open Standards Group

Privacy is the Global Battlefield, - Do we have the Tools and Standards to Fight – and What is “Privacy Engineering?”
John Sabo, OASIS Idtrust

The Privacy Battlefield – What does the GDPR Require?
Mike Small, Information Security Management Advisor, Fellow Analyst, KuppingerCole

The Privacy Battlefield –Insights on Privacy Engineering – Past and Future”
Prof. Dr. Dawn Jutla, Chief Executive Officer, Peer Ledger
10:15-11:30 Privacy Engineering – Bringing Tools and Professional Practice to the Privacy Battlefield
John Sabo, OASIS Idtrust

Standards and Privacy Engineering – ISO, OASIS, PRIPARE and Other Important Developments
Antonio Kung, CTO, Trialog SA
11:30-13:00 A Use-Case Tool to Support Privacy Engineering – the OASIS Open Source Privacy Management Analysis Tool Project
Gershon Janssen, Member, OASIS Open Standards Group

Demonstrating a Software Solution to Support GDPR Privacy Delivery and Compliance: The OASIS Open Source Privacy Management Analysis Tool
Chiljon Janssen, Principal Software Engineer, Toolset Project

Workshop Panel Discussion and Wrap up
Gershon Janssen, Member, OASIS Open Standards Group
Chiljon Janssen, Principal Software Engineer, Toolset Project
Prof. Dr. Dawn Jutla, Chief Executive Officer, Peer Ledger
Antonio Kung, CTO, Trialog SA
John Sabo, OASIS Idtrust
Mike Small, Information Security Management Advisor, Fellow Analyst, KuppingerCole

Speakers

Antonio Kung initially worked in the development of real-time operating systems. He co-founded Trialog in 1987 where he acts as CTO. He is currently involved in domains such as ICT for ageing, smart cities as well as transversal activities related to security and privacy. He has coordinated many...

John Sabo is an independent consultant on data privacy and cyber security, with a multi-faceted career in government, the IT industry and standards development. In his standards work, John co-chairs the OASIS “Privacy Management Reference Model (PMRM)” Technical Committee. He is...

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Workshop

Privacy Engineering: Tools to Kickstart Your GDPR Compliance

Language:
English
Contact person:

Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
lk@kuppingercole.com
  • May 09, 2017 09:00 - 13:00 Munich, Germany

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