Privacy-Enhancing Technology Summit Europe 2022
Privacy, security, and regulatory constraints create difficulties for data-driven projects. This includes initiatives involving sensitive data being processed, accessed, monetised, bought, sold, shared, aggregated, or analysed. To unleash the power of sensitive data for these functions, Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs) are being deployed by many different sectors. Industries benefiting range from financial services to healthcare to pharmaceuticals to […]
Cyber Incident Tracer (CIT) #HEALTH: Tracking the Societal Impact of Cyberattacks on the Healthcare sector
We will discuss how to bridge the gap in the availability of information relating to cyberattacks on the healthcare sector and how evidence-led accountability is an important contribution to reduce cyberattacks on this critical sector. Panelists will focus on how and whether understanding the scale and scope of attacks can improve decision making and operational and diplomatic initiatives to protect the healthcare sector.
2020 Brussels Privacy Symposium (virtual) on Research and the Personal Data Protection under GDPR
The Brussels Privacy Hub of Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and the Future of Privacy Forum cordially invite you to the 2020 Brussels Privacy Symposium. 2 panels will discuss the research and the protection of personal data under the GDPR. The topic of the first panel is “Complex Interactions: the GDPR, Data Protection and Research”, while the sencond panel will discuss the topic “Using Sensitive Data in Research to Counter (Hidden) Bias and Discrimination”.
To view the full agenda & for more information click below to visit FPF’s Brussels Privacy Symposium webpage.
Wednesday, December 2nd 2020, 14:00-17:15 (CEST), online
All Your Clicks Belong to Me: Investigating Click Interception on the Web
By Prof. Wei Meng, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Click is the prominent way that users interact with web applications. Attackers aim to intercept genuine user clicks to either send malicious commands to another application on behalf of the user or fabricate realistic ad click traffic. In this talk, Prof. Wei Meng investigates the click interception practices on the Web.
Tuesday July 23rd, 2019 @10:00, room BC 420