Privacy by Design Roundtable

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 15, 2013     START TIME: 10:30    LOCATION:  WALCHENSEE
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In the era of the cloud-social-mobile troika, information has become an even more valuable resource and Big Data as the troika´s killer- app is trying to make the value of this resource fluid enough for your business. But - the higher the value of such data - the more it contains personal information - and the more you´ll get involved with privacy and data protection issues. The risk of losing your customer´s trust is a critical one which can have a huge impact on your whole enterprise. Therefore, the protection of personal information and your customer´s privacy has become a top priority.

More and more companies are now getting aware of "privacy by Design" and start implementing privacy-awareness as a basic principle when dealing with personal information. Based on 7 Foundational Principles, Privacy by Design was first developed by Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, Dr. Ann Cavoukian, in the 1990s. Privacy by Design - weaving privacy and the protection of personal data into the entire life cycle of product/software/services/technology design means that privacy remains embedded throughout the entire life cycle of software, devices, services, technologies in general from the early design stage to their deployment, use and ultimate disposal.

During this roundtable, we will create together a privacy-by-design roadmap for your enterprise, so that you can safeguard you big data investments and move away from "embarrassment by design" (Forbes) before something goes wrong.


Continuing Education Credits

Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None
Learning Level: Intermediate
Field: Computer Science

Objectives are:

  • know the 7 Foundational Principles of Privacy by Design
  • know how to analyze your organization for PbD, and be able to create a roadmap for implementation
  • know how to evaluate your vendor‘s products for conformance to PbD
  • know how to be more aware of PbD principles in your own computing experience

Completion of the roundtable qualifies for 2 Group Learning based CPEs.

Session:

Privacy-by-Design in the Era of Big Data

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Time: 10:30-12:30

Privacy-by-Design in the Era of Big Data
John Sabo, OASIS Idtrust • Gershon Janssen, OASIS Board of Directors • Prof. Dr. Dawn Jutla, Peer Ledger • Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Ontario, Canada • Dr. Stuart Shapiro, MITRE Corporation

In the era of the cloud-social-mobile troika, information has become an even more valuable resource and Big Data as the troika´s killer- app is trying to make the value of this resource fluid enough for your business. But - the higher the value of such data - the more it contains personal information - and the more you´ll get involved with privacy and data protection issues. The risk of losing your customer´s trust is a critical one which can have a huge impact on...

Weaving Privacy into the Internet of Me and My Things
Doc Searls, Editor-in-Chief, Linux Journal • Marcel van Galen, Qiy Foundation • Dr. Stuart Shapiro, MITRE Corporation

In the everyday physical world, we have lots of privacy technologies. For example, our clothing. Also our walls, doors, locks and latches. And every day we can decide for ourselves what we wear -conspicuous or inconspicuous- or whether and for whom we want to open the door, or close the curtains or not. In other words, privacy is a setting! We also have conventions that respect the privacy of other people, their possessions, and their personal spaces. We have not yet developed equivalent...

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