Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Privacy Engineering for Today - DIMECC Presentation

Here is my presentation from the DIMECC 9th Annual Seminary on Business innovation in Finland.

1 comment:

Lothar Fritsch said...

In addition to being rather complex, the practical matters of technical implementation of privacy are rather unexplored. In a recently published survey of scientific articles on privacy design patterns, we discovered 148 peer-reviewed privacy patterns in scientific literature. We classified them according to software engineering phases, implemented privacy strategies, and the solidity of their evaluation, among other aspects. We found many patterns being proposals, not empirically retrieved patterns. Hardly any patterns were available for data aggregation, and for demonstrating compliance. The full article is available on ResearchGate at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317381362_A_Literature_Study_on_Privacy_Patterns_Research

Lenhard, Jörg, Fritsch, Lothar, Herold, Sebastian: A Literature Study on Privacy Patterns Research. Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA 2017), pp. 8. IEEE Computer Society, Vienna (2017)