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Report/Study Privacy and Data Protection by Design
This report contributes to bridging the gap between the legal framework and the available technolog-ical implementation measures by providing an inventory of existing approaches, privacy design strat-egies, and technical building blocks of various degrees of maturity from research and development. Starting from the privacy principles of the legislation, important elements are presented as a first step towards a design process for privacy-friendly systems and services.
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Press Release D source code Privacy and eID
Citizen data protection in focus - ENISA on privacy in national eID cards: Europe needs a strategy The EU Agency ENISA [the European Network and Information Security Agency] today launched its Position Paper on security features in European eID schemes. The paper gives the first overview of the vast disparity between privacy features in eID cards across Europe. eID cards are currently used mainly for tax declarations and other e-government services, but applications are branching out into the commercial sector. At the same time, Europe lacks a coordinated strategy for how to protect the private data stored by the card, which is both an obstacle to eID interoperability and limits its acceptance by the users. This analysis sets the stage for a privacy baseline in European eID cards.
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Privacy and Network Information Security in Education
Every year in Brussels, CPDP gathers policy makers, academics, computer scientists, consultants, practitioners and activists from all over the world to exchange ideas and discuss emerging issues in information technology, privacy, data protection and law. CPDP has been growing progressively since its inception in terms of speakers, participants and panels. Ambitions for CPDP 2014 are higher than ever, and we aim to stage more than 40 panels and workshops (with a stimulating mix of academics, practitioners, regulators and advocates), as well as multiple side events (such as open debates, Pecha-Kucha performances and artistic interventions).
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Report/Study Privacy and Security in Personal Data Clouds
The main objective of this study is to identify the different architectures and components of Personal Data Clouds (PDCs) and discuss their privacy and security challenges. Based on an empirical analysis of various applications that fall under, or are close to, the definition of PDCs, the study presents a “state of the art” analysis of the security and privacy features of PDCs.
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File Troff document Privacy by Default
Ronny Bjones presentation for CPDP 2103
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File Troff document Privacy by Design - Privacy by Default
Privacy by Design - Privacy by Default, Legal Concepts. Presentation by Mr Patrick Van Eecke for CPDP 2013
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Report/Study Privacy by design in big data
The extensive collection and further processing of personal information in the context of big data analytics has given rise to serious privacy concerns, especially relating to wide scale electronic surveillance, profiling, and disclosure of private data. In order to allow for all the benefits of analytics without invading individuals’ private sphere, it is of utmost importance to draw the limits of big data processing and integrate the appropriate data protection safeguards in the core of the analytics value chain. ENISA, with the current report, aims at supporting this approach, taking the position that, with respect to the underlying legal obligations, the challenges of technology (for big data) should be addressed by the opportunities of technology (for privacy).
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File Privacy by design with or without information security?
ENISA panel @CPDP’13 - Privacy by design with or without information security? Presentation by Rodica Tirtea
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File Privacy by Design with or without Information Security - Siani Pearson
Siani Pearson, presentation for CPDP 2103
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File Privacy by Design with or without information security-Kirsten Bock
Kirsten Bock, presentation for CPDP 2013
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