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Friday, February 22 • 11:00 - 12:30
Data protection by design - an overview of obligations and technical approaches

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The GPDR imposes a number of privacy obligations and data protection requirements. In this session, we investigate how to address these requirements in your applications using technical design.

Almost everyone has heard of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But what does the GDPR mean for software developers? Which obligations does the GDPR stipulate? Which requirements does it impose for data protection? And most importantly, how do you address these obligations using technical design?

In this session, we start from the overview of the GDPR requirements. From there, we zoom in on state-of-the-art research addressing purpose limitation, transparency, sensitive data, accountability, risk management, and data subject rights. When possible, we look into recommendations for developers published by various data protection authorities. Additionally, we draw from ongoing disputes around (the lack of) data protection by design. In the end, you will have an overview of the requirements of the GDPR and how to address them technically.

This session is intended for anyone building, designing or maintaining applications


Seda Guerses

FWO Postdoctoral Fellow, KU Leuven

Friday February 22, 2019 11:00 - 12:30 CET
Main building (room Lemaire)