What Can Go Wrong With Your AI? | Privacy Engineering & Technology Education Discussion (PETed) Recording
Do AI systems require a holistic risk-based approach? How can you identify and assess all the different risks? During this session we 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 with Isabel Barberá.
Navigating the CRM Data Landscape: Security, Compliance, and Innovation | Privacy Engineering & Technology Education Discussion (PETed) Recording
Join us for an engaging and informative interactive session featuring Mike Smith, Distinguished Security Architect at Salesforce. Mike is a Fellow of Information Privacy with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and is a seasoned expert in data security, privacy, and compliance, particularly in the world of SaaS applications. In this session, we will explore three critical aspects of managing data and protecting privacy in today’s digital world.
Using ChatGPT (or similar tools) with Privacy Compliance | Privacy Engineering & Technology Education Discussion (PETed) Recording
Join our first webinar in the new IOPD Privacy Engineering & Technology Education Discussion (PETed) Series! The format of the webinar will be a one-hour informal discussion and interaction with members of the IOPD. The goal will be a discussion on how to solve a specific privacy problem or privacy related resource topic and the latest implementation techniques for some of the biggest challenges like synthetic data, zero-knowledge proofs, homomorphic encryption, and translucent databases. The participants will be asked to bring questions related to the topic. Come back the fourth Thursday of every month for a new discussion, new speaker, and new insights on the most cutting-edge privacy challenges!
In July 2023, Kim Wuyts and Isabel Barbera invited R Jason Cronk to present the keynote talk to the International Workshop on Privacy Engineering in Delft, Netherlands. Subsequent to that, and because we felt there wouldn’t be an overlapping audience, Nandita Narla and Nikita Samarin, invited him to give the same talk to another group of privacy engineers at the PEP23 workshop ahead of SOUPS in Anaheim, CA. For those who couldn’t be there at either event, Jason decided to write this blog post to summarize the talk.
We are thrilled to announce the release of the highly anticipated recording for the Institute of Operational Privacy Design (IOPD) Design Process Standard Launch Webinar! If you missed the live event or want to revisit the insightful discussions, now is your chance to catch up on all the valuable information shared by industry experts and thought leaders.