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Privacy is a challenging subject that spans a number of domains, including law, policy and technology. Notwithstanding numerous sets of principles, including the foundational Fair Information Practice Principles (FIPPs), that seek to address the handling of individuals’ personal information, many concerns exist about the future of privacy in the face of rapidly evolving technologies. Process-oriented principles (such as FIPPs) are an important component of an overall privacy framework, but on their own they have not achieved consistent and measurable results in privacy protection. In the security field, risk management models, along with technical standards and best practices, are key components of improving security. Similarly, the safety risk management field also has well-developed models, technical standards and best practices. To date, the privacy field has lagged behind in the development of analogous components.
To address this gap, NIST has begun the Privacy Engineering initiative. Privacy Engineering focuses on providing guidance to information system users, owners, developers and designers that handle personal information. Such guidance can be used to decrease risks related to privacy harms, and to make purposeful decisions about resource allocation and effective implementation of controls.
On September 15-16, 2014, NIST will hold its Second Privacy Engineering Workshop in San Jose, CA. Co-sponsored with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), this workshop will consider draft privacy engineering definitions and concepts. The results of this workshop will inform the development of the NIST report on privacy engineering.
There is no charge for attendance at this workshop.
Who Should Attend: System design and privacy engineers, and privacy subject matter experts should attend this interactive workshop.
This fall, the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) are bringing together the IAPP Privacy Academy and the CSA Congress under one roof, giving you access to even more valuable education and networking.
- Exclusive cross-educational and networking opportunities
- Convenient Silicon Valley location
- Double the education, one fantastic price
Like so many great pairings, this will go down in history as one of the best—don’t miss it.
The NSA, Privacy and the Global Internet: Perspectives on Executive Order 12333
Friday, September 19, 2014
1:15 – 2:45 p.m.
Georgetown University Law Center
McDonough Hall, Room 200
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
Robert Litt, General Counsel, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
John Tye, Legal Director, Avaaz
Laura K. Donohue, Professor of Law and Director of the Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law, Georgetown University Law Center
Nathan Sales, Associate Professor of Law, Syracuse University College of Law
Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director, Georgetown Center on Privacy and Technology
The participants will discuss a little-known intelligence authority and what it means for national security and privacy.
This event is co-sponsored by Georgetown Law’s new Center on Privacy and Technology, the Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law and the National Security Law Students Society.
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On the occasion of Bruno Latour’s visit to Columbia University, this presentation will show participants how to operationalize his seminal Actor-Network Theory using digital data and methods in the service of social and cultural research.
This day-long event will focus on data science and partnerships across industry, academia, and government initiatives. The day will also include presentations by eight Yale faculty and researchers on issues specific to research data management, preservation, and sharing, and a poster session highlighting additional data-related work and initiatives by Yale students and researchers.