ENISA panel @ CPDP’2013

ENISA is organizing a panel at CPDP 2013 conference addressing the role of information security in personal data protection.

Jan 23, 2013 from 04:45 PM to 06:30 PM
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Panel title: Privacy by design with or without information security?

Chaired by Rodica Tirtea (ENISA) and Patrick Van Eecke (DLA Piper).



In synergy with regulation, information security technology is expected to play a critical role in enforcing the right for privacy and data protection.

In this panel session we will discuss the role of security in privacy by design and by default. Standardisation and certification issues for security and privacy will be also covered. The focus is on technological means to support privacy and data protection.


Topics to be discussed:

  • Privacy by default embedded in technology, first examples
  • Certification, accreditation and the use of emblems for enhancing privacy by default
  • The role of standardization in reaching the privacy by design and privacy by default principles
  • New ideas and suggestions for promoting privacy principles in design stage



More information about the event at the ENISA's web site and at the conference's web site.

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