This event came across my radar screen and is the same week of the IAPP conference in DC.
Enterprivacy Consulting Group’s Privacy by Design workshop is a half day workshop to help companies build privacy considerations into their product offerings. Privacy by Design is an international concept championed by regulators and industry alike as a means of building trust into interactions with consumers. Called data protection by design by the recently enacted European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), privacy by design can be an effective tool for not only regulatory compliance but building better products. The
The half-day workshop consists of training around the conceptual foundations of Privacy by Design, followed by training on a practical process to achieve it. The process is based on the 5 i’s: Identifying the Individual, the Invader, and the Invasion and then Implementing controls to mitigate that privacy invasion. Participants will learn how to identify invasions from a particular use case and then control selection based on risks to the individual, proportionality of the risk to the benefits and legitimacy of the use. Several case studies will be presented and discussed.
Workshops are limited to 20 participants.
Bitcoin is accepted as well. If you’d like to pay in Bitcoin, please contact me at http://enterprivacy.com/contact/
About the Instructior: R. Jason CronkWith more than fifteen years of experience in the Information Technology industry and as a licensed attorney in Florida, Robert Jason Cronk is a creative and analytical thinker, able to traverse the realms of business, law, and technology. In 2004, while working in the information security department of Verizon, Mr. Cronk decided to make his long standing personal interest in information privacy a career choice. In 2006, he entered Florida State University School of Law where he focused his research on privacy law issues, including authoring a white paper on the intersection of privacy and public records for the Florida First Amendment Foundation. After graduating, with honors, he earned his CIPP/US, was admitted to practice in Florida and has become an active member of the privacy professionals community through his involvement in the International Association of Privacy Professionals. He has since been awarded the Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT), Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and Fellow of Information Privacy designations by the IAPP.