Privacy by Design Workshop
Can Engineers and Organizations do it?
Much of the effort around translating privacy insights from academia into practices has focused on the idea of “privacy-by-design” (PbD), which calls to integrate privacy into the technical design process from start to finish. The workshop will bring together scholars from various fields of knowledge, such as law, regulation, computer science, and information systems, as well as policy-makers and practitioners from the industry, to discuss the ability of technology designers to implement PbD and possible avenues for its successful future.
The workshop's schedule is comprised of three days:
Day 1 (April 25)
University of Haifa, Faculty of Social Sciences
Aviva and Sami Ofer Observation Gallery, Floor 30, Eshkol Tower
The State of Privacy-by-Design
Day 2 (April 26)
Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Yehud
HP Altalef St 7, Yehud , M3 building (Waze location)
Engineering for Privacy in Industry
The participation in the workshop is free but requires registration
Day 3 (April 27)
Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law
Combined with the 4th Workshop on Privacy, Cyber & Technology.
The workshop will be conducted in Hebrew.
Information can be found here.