Call for Posters

Submission deadline: 16 August

Presenting a poster at this workshop is a great way for students and academics alike to obtain valuable feedback from industry, other academics and law experts on their ongoing work in advancing the state of the art in privacy and data protection compliance. In this workshop we aim to get great ideas together with people who might need them. Posters can present published and unpublished works related to privacy and data protection issues. Posters presenting inter- and multidisciplinary work related to privacy and data protection are also welcome. Poster submission is not a requirement for attendance.

  • Access Control
  • Ethics
  • Privacy Enabling Technologies (PETs)
  • Accountability
  • Forensics
  • Privacy controls composition
  • Anonymity
  • Hardware
  • Protocol security
  • Attacks and defences
  • Internet of Things
  • Run-time Monitoring and auditing
  • Authentication
  • Interpreting privacy law
  • Information flow
  • Big Data
  • Law
  • Security
  • Business
  • Manageability and compliance
  • Usability and Human Factors
  • Cloud/distributed systems
  • Metrics

  • Cryptography
  • Misuse/anomaly detection and prevention (Intrusion detection and prevention)

  • Decision making
  • Mobile and Web

  • Economics
  • Policies

  • Data Subject control of their PII
  • Privacy and data protection awareness


This list is not exhaustive, and we encourage other related topics as long as there is an obvious link to data protection and privacy. If you are unsure about whether your topic is appropriate, please feel free to email us and ask. The reviewing committee will place more emphasis on methods that address concrete privacy and data protection challenges, and less emphasis on position papers, armchair-theorising and conceptual models. We are specifically after solution-centric ideas such as novel algorithms to ensure data protection, empirical/experimental studies that provide more evidence, or bold ideas that shake the status quo, about how we deliver privacy and data protection. All of which should advance the state of the art in legal compliance through code and automation. Posters will be reviewed by a poster jury with members drawn from the PC. They will be assessed based on relevancy, quality and value to the attendees.


The abstract title should begin with the keyword "Poster." Please include all authors with contact information and institutional affiliation in your abstract. Abstracts should succinctly describe the particular problem being addressed, detailing the proposed solution and the value of the work. If the work was previously published, please include a reference to the existing publication. There is no template provided, but all submissions should be in PDF format.

Presented posters can be sized up to A1 or A0, either portrait or landscape, but should be scaled down to letter or A4 for submission as a PDF.



Friday, 16 August (anywhere on Earth) / acceptance 23 August. If accepted, at least one author must be registered and a final version of the poster abstract submitted by Friday 29 August 2019.

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