Organisers

EC DG CONNECT

  

Sponsors

PROGRAMME

TUeSDAY June 06, 2017

18:00

Get2Together

Venue: Austrian Computing Society OCG

Wollzeile 1-3, 1010 Wien, Austria

APF Program Committee & Invited Speakers/Panellists

Day 1. Wednesday June 07, 2017

8:00

Registration & Coffee

 

9:00

Opening Remarks

Dean Prof. Paul Oberhammer, University of Vienna

Prof. Erich Schweighofer, University of Vienna

Mr. Steve Purser, ENISA

9:15

Opening Keynote

Mr. Wojciech Wiewiórowski, EDPS

9:45

Keynote

"Technology and Privacy:  how Google is preparing for the GDPR"

Mr. Peter Fleischer, Google

10:30

Networking Coffee

 

11:00

Paper Session I

 

The GDPR and Big Data: leading the way for Big Genetic Data?

Kärt Pormeister

Towards a Privacy-preserving Reliable European Identity Ecosystem

Jorge Bernal Bernabe, Antonio Skarmeta Gomez, Nicolás Notario, Julien Bringer and Martin David

Forget Me, Forget Me Not - Redefining the Boundaries of the Right to be Forgotten to Address Current Problems and Areas of Criticism

Beata Sobkow

A Refinement Approach for the Reuse of Privacy Risk Analysis Results

Sourya Joyee De and Daniel Le Métayer

12:30

Lunch

 

13:30

Panel Session I : Practical Implementation of GDPR in Mobile Applications

The objective of this panel is to discuss the current software development practices and challenges specific to app developers with regard to the processing of personal data and explore the level of practical implementation of GDPR.

Panelists

- Ms. Marit Hansen, Unabhängiges Landeszentrum für Datenschutz

- Mr. Arndt Gerdes, Huawei Technologies

- Representative from EDPS

Moderator

Ms. Athena Bourka, ENISA

 

15:00

Networking Coffee

 

15:30

Paper Session II

 

A Gamified Approach to explore Techniques of Neutralization of Threat Actors in Cybercrime

Andreas Rieb, Tamara Gurschler and Ulrike Lechner

Privacy by Design Data Exchange between CSIRTs

Erich Schweighofer, Vinzenz Heußler and Peter Kieseberg

Mr X vs. Mr Y: the emergence of externalities in differential privacy

Maurizio Naldi and Giuseppe D'Acquisto

Diffix: High-Utility Database Anonymization

Paul Francis and Sebastian Probst Eide

17:00

Panel Session II: “Towards a European Data Protection Certification Scheme

 

The objective of this panel is to identify and explore the challenges and opportunities of personal data protection certification mechanisms, seals or marks focusing also on existing initiatives and voluntary schemes

Panelists

- Ms. Jelena Burnik, Slovenian DPA

- Ms Bojana Bellamy, CIPL

- Mr. Sebastian Meissner, EuroPriSe

- Ms. Irene Kamara, Tilburg University (TILT), Vrije Universiteit Brussel (LSTS)

- Mr. José M. del Álamo, TRUESSEC.EU

 

Moderator

Mr. Prokopios Drogkaris, ENISA

 

19:15

Dinner

Venue: Wiener Rathauskeller - Rathausplatz 1 A-1010

 

 

 

Day 2. Thursday June 08, 2017

8:30

Registration & Coffee

 

9:00

Keynote

Data protection issues into the context of modern technology environments”

Mr. Reinhard Posch, TU Graz & Austria Chief Information Officer

9:45

Keynote

“ePrivacy Regulation proposal”

Ms. Rosa Barcelo, European Commission

10:30

Networking Coffee

 

11:00

Panel Session III: Privacy regulation in a global context

 

User interfaces - hardware and software - are produced for a global market. AI tools with big data analytics allow more personalized services, resulting in a competitive advantage for respective companies. Therefore, privacy regulation must face these challenges and take into account that the global market must focus on privacy-friendly solutions. Ethics can play a strong role in this direction. 

Panellists

- Ms. Caroline Goemans Dorny, Interpol (tbc)

- Mr. Zoltán Précsényi, Symantec

- Ms. Cornelia Kulterer, Microsoft

- Mr. Maximilian Schrems, Privacy Activist

 

Moderator

Mr. Erich Schweighofer, University of Vienna

 

 

12:30

Lunch

 

13:30

Paper Session III

 

Towards a Principled Approach for Engineering Privacy by Design

Majed Alshammari and Andrew Simpson

PrivacyScore: Improving Privacy and Security via Crowd-Sourced Benchmarks of Websites

Max Maaß and Dominik Herrmann

Privacy Data Management and Awareness for Public Administrations: a Case Study from the Healthcare Domain

Vasiliki Diamantopoulou, Konstantinos Angelopoulos, Julian Flake, Andrea Praitano, José Francisco Ruiz, Jan Jürjens, Michalis Pavlidis, Dimitri Bonutto, Andrès Castillo Sanz, Haralambos Mouratidis, Javier García Robles and Alberto Eugenio Tozzi

Better Data Protection by Design through Multicriteria Decision Making: On False Tradeoffs between Privacy and Utility

Bettina Berendt

15:00

Networking Coffee

 

15:30

Panel Session IV: “Lawful interception and PETs”

 

The EC3-ENISA joint working group on encryption invites to discuss practical solutions for the conflict where cryptographic tools that are used to prevent crime are also used by criminals to engage in crime. We will reflect the state of the art in electronic criminal investigations and what types of new evidence can be used during the investigations.

Panelists

- Mr. Philipp Amann, Europol EC3

- EC3-ENISA Working Group members (tbc)

 

Moderator

Mr. Stefan Schiffner, ENISA

17:00

End of Event

 

18:00

privacyhub.wien - Annual Privacy Forum – OCG

 Invited Talk: “The General Data Protection Regulation.

A view from Australasia”

Prof. Graham Greenleaf, University of Sydney and AustLII