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PROGRAMME

TUeSDAY June 12, 2018

19:00*

Welcome event

 

Venue: TBC



 

Day 1. Wednesday June 13, 2018

8:00

Registration

 

8:45

Opening Remarks

 Udo Helmbrecht (ENISA)

9:15

Opening Keynotes Despina Spanou (EC - DG Connect)
Wojciech Wiewiórowski (EDPS)
Andrés Calvo Medina (Spanish DPA)

10:30

Keynote
Future Predictions on the Role of Technology in Privacy

Frank Dawson (Nokia)

11:15

Networking Coffee

 

11:40

Paper Session I

Chair: Kai Rannenberg (Goethe University Frankfurt)

Which Apps have Privacy Policies? An analysis of over one million Google Play Store apps Peter Story, Sebastian Zimmeck and Norman Sadeh
Towards a Roadmap for Privacy Technologies and the General Data Protection Regulation: a transatlantic initiative Stefan Schiffner, Bettina Berendt, Triin Sill, Florian Schaub, Kim Wuyts, Robert Riemann, Seda Guerses, Achim Klabunde, Norman Sadeh-Koniecpol, Jules Polonetsky, Massimo Attoresi, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna and Martin Degeling
RESPECT4U - privacy as innovation opportunity  Marc van Lieshout and Sophie Emmert 

12:45

Lunch

 

13:30

Panel Session I: “Privacy by design paradigms: best practices and state-of-the-art”


The objective of the panel will be to explore the notion of ‘design’ in the context of contemporary software development practices (such as SDL and UX design, focusing in specific ‘by design’ paradigms, such as pseudonymisation, data minimisation and (privacy) default settings.

 

Chair
TBC

Panelists:

  • Marit Hansen (ULD)
  • Max von Grafenstein (HIIG)
  • Kevin Kiley (OneTrust)
  • Nicolas Kourtellis (Telefonica)
  • Giampiero Nanni (Symantec)

Moderator

Mr. Prokopios Drogkaris (ENISA)

15:00

Networking Coffee

 

15:30

Panel Session II: “Online tracking, profiling and micro-targeting

 

In the light of GDPR and the EC proposal for an ePrivacy regulation, the panel aims at exploring the modern online tracking techniques and their impact on user profiling and micro-targeting. In particular, the discussion will focus on the legal and technical safeguards that are or can be put in place to protect users of online services against tracking and profiling and especially the role of privacy settings and relevant privacy-enhancing tools.

Chair

Fenneke Buskermolen (EC - DG Connect)

 Panelists:

  • Paula Ortiz (IAB Spain)
  • Brendan Van Alsenoy (Belgian DPA) 
  • Judith Nink (Eyeo /AdblockPlus)
  • Jason Novak (Apple)

Moderator

Ms. Athena Bourka (ENISA) 

 

17:00

Paper Session II

Chair: Manel Medina (UPC)

Tailoring Taint Analysis to GDPR Pietro Ferrara, Luca Olivieri and Fausto Spoto.
Hiding Alice in Wonderland: a case for the use of signal processing techniques in differential privacy Maurizio Naldi, Alessandro Mazzoccoli and Giuseppe D'Acquisto.
A Democracy called Facebook? Participation as a Privacy Strategy on Social media  Severin Engelmann, Jens Grossklags and Orestis Papakyriakopoulos 

20:00

Dinner

 Venue: Restaurant 7 Portes - Pg. Isabel II, 14 08003

 

 

 

Day 2. Thursday June 14, 2018

8:30

Registration

 

09:45

2nd Day Opening Remarks


Miquel Soriano (UPC)

9:15

Presentation
Title to be provided by the speaker

Kara Sutton (US Chamber of Commerce) - TBC

09:45

Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Fundamental Rights: the case of discrimination in data-supported decision making


 Elise Lassus (FRA)

10:15

Paper Session III

Chair: Erich Schweighofer (University of Vienna)

The Right of Access under the Police Directive: Small Steps forward  Diana Dimitrova and Paul De Hert
Legislative Compliance Assessment: Framework, Model and GDPR Instantiation   Sushant Agarwal, Simon Steyskal, Franjo Antunovic and Sabrina Kirrane  

   

11:00

Panel Session III: Privacy, Security and Trust in the Cloud

 

The objective of the panel will be to explore the state of the art and impact of GDPR in cloud services, the achievability of privacy standards and codes of conduct in the use of cloud.  

Chair

Carlos Alberto Sáiz (DPI)

 Panelists:

  • Daniele Catteddu (CSA)
  • Nathaly Rey (Google) 
  • José del Álamo (UPM)
  • TBC

Moderator

Jon Kingsbury (KTN) 

12:30

Lunch

 

13:40

Keynote
Practical GDPR implementation: The case of Telefonica

 Alejandro Becerra (Telefonica)

14:00

Paper Session IV

Chair Nikolaos Tsouroulas (Telefónica)

'Compatibility' as a mechanism for responsible further processing of personal data Wouter Seinen, Andre Walter and Sari van Grondelle
DPIA: How to Carry Out One of the Key Principles of Accountability  Jules Sarrat and Raphael Brun.
Privacy by Design in EU Law. Matching Privacy Protection Goals with the essence of the Rights to data protection and privacy  Maria Grazia Porcedda
   

15:00

Networking Coffee

 

15:30

Panel Session IV: “The role of technical standards for security and privacy”

The objective of the panel will be to explore how the standards-developing world is responding to the fast-changing, demanding realms of Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection. The focus will be on the areas of security and privacy , with the aim of illustrating existing standardization initiatives at EU and International level and identifying possible gaps.

 

Chair

Kai Rannenberg (Goethe University Frankfurt)

 Panelists:

  • Jan Schallaböck (iRights.Law)
  • Erik Boucher de Crèvecoeur (CNIL) 
  • Alessandro Guarino (StudioAG)
  • Alex Li (Microsoft)

Moderator

Andreas Mitrakas (ENISA) 

17:00

Closing Remarks

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