10 Sep 2019 14:00 - 14:15

This workshop demonstrates the availability of standards, impressive technical solutions and important research tailored to address multiple challenges of operational data protection. But these advances will have only a minor impact on the state of the art of networked privacy without a standards based and widely adopted privacy engineering model. Such an engineering model would incorporate an architecture, a methodology to define functional capabilities and mechanisms, a taxonomy and policy language, and ideally a processing component. Such a model would provide greater data subject centricity. And it would enable stakeholders, working with privacy engineers, to build interoperable and transparent data protection systems and improve lifecycle privacy assurance in both individual applications and across ecosystems. Whether - and how - we can achieve this vision should be a consideration for all serious privacy practitioners and companies that claim data protection leadership.

Chair, OASIS IDTrust Member Section


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