9 May 2022
Privacy Is Hard and Seven Other Myths
| TIME: Monday 9 May 2022, 14:00h
PLACE: OsloMet Campus Pilestredet,
Pilestredet 35, Building P35, Lecture hall PI447 (Entrance from Holbergs gate, use elevator next to the multi-floor indoor climbing wall in P35, turn right when exiting elevator. Closest stop for public transport: tram stop Holbergs plass.) . See map.
Coffee and snaks served.
In this talk Jaap-Henk Hoepman discusses some of the myths surrounding privacy (like "I have nothing to hide" and "We are not collecting personal data" or "You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it."). All to show that technological developments have had a tremendous impact on our privacy, but also can be used to protect our privacy. He will talk about the legal protection of privacy through the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and discuss how relying on purely legal measures is not enough. The systems themselves should be designed in a privacy friendly manner, through privacy by design. He will explain the privacy by design philosophy, and make it concrete by describing eight privacy design strategies.
BIO: Jaap-Henk Hoepman is Associate Professor of privacy enhancing protocols and privacy by design in the Digital Security Group at the Institute for Computing and Information Sciences of the Radboud University Nijmegen, principal scientist of the Privacy and Identity Lab, and member of iHub, Radboud University’s interdisciplinary research hub on Digitalization and Society. He is also Adjunct Professor at Karlstad University and member of PRISEC (Privacy And Security Group). Moreover he is Associate Professor in the IT Law section of the Transboundary Legal Studies Department of the Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen.
The main research interests of Prof. Hoepman are privacy by design and privacy friendly protocols for identity management and the Internet of Things.
Prof. Hoepman's book 'Privacy Is Hard and Seven Other Myths. Achieving Privacy through Careful Design' appeared at MIT Press in 2021. The book explains to the general public how technology can be used to protect privacy.
|AFSecurity is organised by UiO Digital Security in collaboration with OsloMet.|