Friday, 9 June 2017 - Vienna
Venue: Austrian Computing Society (OCG) - Wollzeile 1, 1010, Vienna
With the support of
- University of Vienna, Centre for Computers and Law of the Department of European, International and Comparative Law
- Credential Project
The fourth IPEN Workshop will take place in Vienna, Austria, the day after the ENISA Annual Privacy Forum.
The GDPR will become fully applicable less than a year after the workshop, and it will make data protection by design and by default a legal obligation for data controllers. Several presentations will address conceptual issues of privacy engineering:
- Implementing the GDPR rules on Data Protection by Design and by Default Contextual Privacy and Data Sensitivity
- Privacy in Web Standards
- A “European Trust-Enhancing Label”
- Open source libraries implementing data protection by design and by default
Furthermore, there are already practical solutions for some data protection challenges available or emerging. The workshop will discuss practical showcases:
- Anonymised Databases
- The automatic detection of 3rd party services on websites
- Location Privacy via co-location
- Search algorithms on encrypted data
- WPIA: The World Privacy and Identity Association
This page will be regularly updated with further information. Please note that we may be able to accommodate additional short, i.e. max 10 minutes, presentations. If you wish to contribute with such a presentation please let us know by Friday the 19th of May 2017.
For questions or to register for the workshop please read the Data Protection Notice and send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Email address
For more information about the IPEN check the IPEN homepage, the IPEN Wiki or consider joining the IPEN mailing list.