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File ECMAScript program PETs control matrix Annex 1: Assessment questionnaires
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Press Release Privacy tools, security measures and evaluation of current technologies under the spotlight at this year’s Annual Privacy Forum
Successful conclusion of the fourth edition of the Annual Privacy Forum, held on the 7th and 8th September at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. The event provided a forum to academia, industry and policy makers for a discussion on privacy engineering and technical solutions to data protection.
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Report/Study image/x-jg Privacy Enhancing Technologies: Evolution and State of the Art
This document provides recommendations on how to build and maintain an online community for PETs maturity assessments, which is assisted by ENISA’s tool. The presented community development approach seeks to guide developers and to empower individuals and groups of people with the set of skills they need to actively participate in the PETs assessments process.
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PETs controls matrix
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File WP2016 2 4 4 PETs control matrix - Annex 2 Excel Tool WIN version
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ENISA at CeBIT: The role of cybersecurity within the new digital environment
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PETs control matrix: A systematic approach for assessing online privacy tools
Following previous work in the field of privacy engineering, in 2016 ENISA presents the ‘PETs control matrix’, an assessment framework and tool for the systematic presentation and evaluation of online and mobile privacy tools for end users.
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#APF17: Call for Papers
ENISA’s Annual Privacy Forum (APF) is to be held in Vienna on the 7th and 8th June 2017, in collaboration with the Law Faculty of the University of Vienna.
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Report/Study PETs controls matrix - A systematic approach for assessing online and mobile privacy tools
Following previous work in the field of privacy engineering, in 2016 ENISA defined the ‘PETs control matrix’, an assessment framework and tool for the systematic presentation and evaluation of online and mobile privacy tools for end users. The term ‘PET’ is used in the context of this work with a narrow focus, addressing standalone privacy tools or services (and not the broader concept of privacy enhancing technologies).
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Security for Privacy on Data Protection Day
On 28th January, ENISA joins 47 countries of the Council of Europe and the EU institutions, agencies and bodies, to celebrate the 11th annual European Data Protection Day.
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