Presentations

Presentations

By ESRs

  1. Alexandros Mittos (UCL), Privacy-Preserving Genetic Relatedness Test. GenoPri Workshop, Chicago (IL), USA, November 2016.
  2. Majid Hatamian (GUF). Beacon Alarming: Informed decision-making supporter and privacy risk analyser in Smartphone applications. IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE 2017), Las Vegas, NV, January 2017 (virtual presentation).
  3. Lamya Abdullah (UNI), The use of SealingTechnique to solve Secure Multiparty Computation (SMC). COINS/SWITS Ph.D. student seminar 2017 (Oslo), co-located with the  annual seminar of the Swedish IT Security Network for PhD Students. Oslo, Norway, June 2017.
  4. Majid Hatamian (GUF). FAIR: Fuzzy Alarming Index Rule for Privacy Analysis in Smartphone Apps.International Conference On Trust, Privacy & Security In Digital Business (TrustBus 2017). Lyon, France, August 2017.
  5. Yefim Shulman (TAU), Towards a Broadening of Privacy Decision Making Models: The Use of Cognitive Architectures. IFIP Summer School 2017, Ispra, Italy, September 2017
  6. Agnieszka Kitkowska (KAU), Is it harmful? Re-examining online privacy concerns. IFIP Summer School 2017, Ispra, Italy, September 2017
  7. Patrick Murmann (KAU), Ex Post Transparency Enhancing Tools: Correlating User Expectations with Gaps. IFIP Summer School 2017, Ispra, Italy, September 2017
  8. Poornigha Santhana Kumar (USE), NFC payments – Gaps between user perception and reality. IFIP Summer School 2017, Ispra, Italy, September 2017
  9. Alexandr Railean (ULD). Life-long Privacy in the IoT? Measuring Privacy Attitudes Throughout the Life-cycle of IoT Devices. IFIP Summer School 2017, Ispra, Italy, September 2017
  10. Patrick Murmann (KAU). Tools for Achieving Usable Ex Post Transparency: A Survey. CS workshop with the International Advisory Board (IAB). Karlstadt, Sweden, October 2017.
  11. Majid Hatamian (GUF). ARM: ANN-based Ranking Model for Privacy and Security Analysis in Smartphone Ecosystems. IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST 2017). Madrid, Spain. October 2017.

By Senior Researchers

  1. Harald Zwingelberg (ULD), Sessions at the Privacy Barcamp, organized by MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht. Schleswig-Holsteins (Germany), May 2016.
  2. Harald Zwingelberg (ULD), Talk on Identitatsmanagement, Tipps und Tools zum Selbstdatenschutz (English: Identity-management, tips and tools for informational self-protection) at the Event on Informational Self-Protection for Citizens, Schleswig-Holsteins (Germany), July 2016.
  3. Simone Fischer-Hubner(KAU), Invited keynote talk at IFIPTM 2016 on Transparency, Privacy and Trust-Technology for Tracking and Controlling my Data Disclosures: Does this work?, TU Darmstadt (Germany), July 22, 2016.
  4. Angela Sasse (UCL), Invited Talk – Privacy of Personal Health Data, IFIP Summer School. Karstad (Sweden), August 2016.
  5. Marit Hansen (ULD), Invited Talk – Data Protection by Design and Default a la European General Data Protection Regulation, IFIP Summer School. Karlstad (Sweden), August 2016.
  6. Steven Murdoch (UCL & VDS), Invited Talk – Anonymity & Censorship-free Communication, IFIP Summer School. Karstad (Sweden), August 2016.
  7. Rainer Knyrim (Preslmayr Rechtsanwaelte OG), Invited Talk – General Data Protection IFIP Summer School. Karstad (Sweden), August 2016.
  8. Michael Bechinie (USE) and Angela Sasse (UCL), Introduction to Usability Workshop. Karstad (Sweden), August 2016.
  9. Harald Zwingelberg (ULD), Prof. Michael Birnhack (TAU), and Rainer Knyrim (Preslmayr Rechtsanwaelte OG), Panel on Privacy Law, Privacy&Us Training Event & IFIP Summer School. Karstad (Sweden), August 2016.
  10. Emiliano De Cristofaro (UCL), Privacy-preserving information sharing: tools and applications, 4 hours of lectures at the International School on Foundations of Security Analysis and Design (FOSAD) Summer School. Bologna (Italy), August 2016.
  11. Ann Blandford (UCL), Myths and Reality in Sharing Health data, Presentation at “Innovation and Information Protection in Digital Health” workshop organized by KPMG. London (UK), September 2016.
  12. Zinaida Benenson (FAU), Why Hackers are Better Psychologists Than Security Experts, European Cyber Security Challenge. Dusseldorf (Germany), September 2016.
  13. Leonardo A. Martucci (KAU), Usable Security and Privacy. Docent Lecture. Karlstad (Sweden), November 2016.
  14. Harald Zwingelberg (ULD), Privacy Self-Protection or Connected Cars, Meeting of the International Working Group on Data Protection in Telecommunications (IWGDPT). Berlin (Germany), November 2016.
  15. Zinaida Benenson (FAU), Protecting employees against phishing attacks (in German). CAST workshop on Usable Security. Frankfurt, (Germany), February 2017.
  16. Claudio Bettini (EWT). Personal data protection in pervasive health systems. Invited keynote at the 2nd IEEE Workshop on Pervasive Health (PerHealth’17), Maui, HI (USA). March 2017
  17. Leonardo Martucci. ATEA Security Information Day (Trade Fair). April 2017.
  18. Michael Bechinie, Designing With Humans In Mind – Also true for privacy, Tel Aviv HP Office (Israel). April 2017.
  19. Zinaida Benenson (FAU), Unpacking Spear Phishing Susceptibility. Keynote at the Conference Sikkerhet og Sårbarhet. Trondheim (Norway), May 2017.
  20. Harald Zwingelberg (ULD), Data Protection and Ethics in Healthcare. Workshop of the CANVAS Project at Brocher Foundation. Geneva (Switzerland), June 2017.
  21. Harald Zwingelberg (ULD), Know what your TV knows about you – Data Protection and Transparency in the Internet of Things. Digital Kiel Week. Kiel (Germany), September 2017.
  22. Harald Zwingelberg (ULD), Infobörse 11, Session at Datenschutzsiommerakademie 2017. Kiel (Germany), September 2017.
  23. Michael Bechinie, Design for Privacy – mit dem Menschen gestalten, German Usability Professionals Conference. Regensburg (Germany), September 2017.
  24. Jetzabel Serna (FAU). Privacy in the Digital World. Diplomaten-Matinée Mexiko – Workshop organized by GUF, special guest the Mexican Consul. Frankfurt, Germany, October 2017.
  25. Ben Wagner (WU). Meeting with Israeli Foreign Ministry about GDPR. Tel Aviv (Israel), November 2017.
  26. Ben Wagner (WU). The GDPR & Wassenaar: Privacy, Human Rights & Good Governance. Invited talk at University of Haifa. Haifa (Israel), November 2017.