What Can Go Wrong With Your AI? | Privacy Engineering & Technology Education Discussion (PETed) Recording

Problem Statement:

Do AI systems require a holistic risk-based approach? How can you identify and assess all the different risks?



During this session we are going to discuss the problem of risk identification and assessment in AI systems. We will look into the ideas in Europe of introducing a Fundamental Rights Impact Assessment and we will explore some of the available tools.


Related PETs:

  • PLOT4ai

Pre-Webinar Resources:



Isabel Barberá

Isabel Barberá is the co-founder of Rhite, a consultancy specialised in Privacy Engineering and Responsible AI based in The Netherlands. She advises local and international organisations in the public and private sector on aspects related to Privacy Engineering, Privacy and Security by Design and Responsible AI. Isabel is one of the members of the European agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) Working Group on Data Protection Engineering and a member of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) Pool of Experts. She is also the author of the AI privacy threat modeling library PLOT4ai, an open source AI risk assessment tool created to help organisations build Responsible AI systems. Find her on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/isabelbarbera/



Nicole Nguyen

Nicole Nguyen is an enthusiastic privacy professional, deftly bridging technology, business, and law. Beginning in intellectual property and patent prosecution, she gained practical legal insights and technical acumen, which she later applied to data privacy across various regulated industries. She honed her skills across operations, regulatory analysis, and engineering, to streamline data handling, shape privacy policies, and drive privacy-by-design principles. Recognized for her leadership and technical prowess, Nicole guides strategic decisions, resolves complex issues, and bolsters business resilience. Her passion lies in crafting comprehensive data governance programs, weaving security, privacy, and risk disciplines into robust frameworks that safeguard business value and promote a future-ready, privacy-conscious culture. B.S. Chemical and Electrical Engineering and M.S. Information Systems, Cybersecurity and Business Intelligence.

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