Luca Bolognini, President, Italian Institute for Privacy; Founding Partner, ICT Legal Consulting Board, Privacy Flag
Sebastien Ziegler, President, IoT Forum and IoT Lab; Director, Mandat International; Vice-Chair IEEE Subcommittee on IoT; ITU Rapporteur on Emerging Technologies for the IoT and Smart Cities.
The coming proliferation of interconnected physical objects in the Internet of Things (IoT) brings concerns over privacy, and ethical access to and use of personal data to new heights. In this webinar, privacy experts examine the state of privacy protection in the European community and extend their knowledge and considerations to a global view on this issue. Up for discussion will be innovative technical and policy approaches to ethics and privacy, to include:
- The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulation by which the European Commission (EC) intends to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the European Union (EU), including export of personal data outside the EU. Impacts of new European regulations on other countries will be considered.
- 3-Dimensional model of fundamental rights for privacy and ethics.
- Privacy Flag, which is an EC Innovation Action researching and developing methodologies and ICT tools to assess the level of risk for privacy and personal data protection in various domains, such as IoT deployments in smart cities or smart buildings, smartphone applications and websites.
- F-Interop, an H2020 European research project that aims at researching, developing, and supporting online tests for emerging standards and technologies of the Internet of Things.
- IoT Lab, a European project researching the potential of crowdsourcing to extend IoT testbed infrastructure for multidisciplinary experiments with more end-user interactions.
- And finally, ongoing evolution and trends in personal data protection.
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