Recognising the pivotal role of Trust & Privacy in the new online economy in 2010 ENISA launched a new activity in the area of “Trust and Privacy in the Future Internet” (please refer to ENISA WP2010, page 36). In this panel we aim to briefly present and discuss some of the findings of this work addressing privacy and data protection. The main objective of this work is to bridge the gap between technologies and policies with respect to privacy and trust and to support efficient uptake of research results in operational environments. In this respect the panel will focus on online service models and their support for security, privacy and accountability; privacy by design principles and privacy enhancing technologies will be also addressed.
Panel hosted by Rodica Tirtea (ENISA) and Claudia Diaz (K.U.Leuven, Belgium).
Panellists and their presentations:
- Prof. Simone Fischer Hübner, Karlstad University, Sweden (on Transparency enhancing tools, HCI for policy display & informed consent)
- Claire Vishik, Trust & Security Technology & Policy Manager, Intel (on Adjusting privacy and trust technologies to today's complex and dynamic computing environments)
- Jesus Villasante, Head of Unit, European Commission - DG INFSO F5, Trust and Security (on Privacy and Trust in the Digital Agenda for Europe)
- Jacques Bus, Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg (on Privacy issues - On need for a multidisciplinary approach)
The panel was organized in the first day of CPDP conference, in Brussels, on January 25, 2011 from 16.45.