De-Identification: Practice and Policy, April 13 in San Francisco
The Future of Privacy Forum, EY, and Privacy Analytics are hosting an event to share and advance practices and policies around de-identification. This all day forum will include panel discussions on topics such as emerging policy questions, de-identification case studies, implementation and best practices, and the role of controls. We encourage audience participation and knowledge sharing.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
The program will include:
Panel 1: Law, Self-Regulation, and Standards
This panel discusses the regulatory, operational, and technical frameworks guiding de-identification practices today, including perspectives on the evolving definition of personally identifiable information, the development of self-regulatory mechanisms, and international standard-setting efforts
Panel 2: Sector-Specific Case Studies
This panel discusses practical considerations and critical issues when implementing de-identification practices, including real world examples from in a diverse range of industries
Panel 3: The Role of Controls
This panel discusses managing de-identification in the context of comprehensive privacy and security program, including balancing technical and administrative controls, weighing the benefits and risks of data use, and evaluating safeguards for sharing data.
Closing and Group Discussion led by FPF, EY, and Privacy Analytics
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Following the event, please join us for a reception sponsored by Privacy Analytics at Roy’s Restaurant, located across the street from the EY office at 575 Mission Street.
To register, please click HERE. This event is free, but space is limited. Contact Kelsey Finch at [email protected] with any questions.
The program is co-hosted by: