Being proactive about privacy is good for your organization. Embedding privacy into the core of your technical and organization processes, not to mention your data ecosystem is known as ‘Privacy by Design’. This modern 21st century global privacy framework reflects a paradigm shift in dealing with the new privacy realities – from digital collections containing health records and vaccination statuses to hyper sharing of location data, the new realities around privacy require a more thorough understanding and application of privacy by design.
This course provides an in-depth look at the Privacy by Design framework including the 7 Foundational Principles. This course teaches applied concepts but also focusses on leadership attributes required to champion privacy initiatives.
It focuses on practical applications in four major areas that reflect the new privacy realities:
- Impact of pandemics on health information privacy;
- Growth of sophisticated surveillance by government and the private sector;
- Spread of facial recognition technology into mainstream public use; and
- The ethical and privacy implications of emerging technology breakthroughs on employer-employee relationships.
Course Delivery Dates
|July 11 (Tentative)||4:30 PM – 6:00 PM (EST)|
|July 13 (Tentative)||4:30 PM – 6:00 PM (EST)|
|July 18 (Tentative)||4:30 PM – 6:00 PM (EST)|
|July 20 (Tentative)||4:30 PM – 6:00 PM (EST)|
|July 25 (Tentative)||4:30 PM – 6:00 PM (EST)|
|July 27 (Tentative)||4:30 PM – 6:00 PM (EST)|
* All sales are final. Refunds are only issued if a course is cancelled.
What Will You Learn?
- Be able to relate the Privacy by Design framework to their organization’s privacy practices
- Gain the necessary knowledge to assess privacy gaps in their organization and be able to recommend innovative approaches that reflect Privacy by Design
- Have confidence in constructing Privacy by Design use cases of relevance to their organization, discipline or sector
- Contribute to evolving Privacy by Design by illustrating the value of the 7 Foundational Principles to diverse contexts
Each session will include dedicated slides and a summary Q & A upon conclusion
Session 1: Introduction to Privacy By Design
Origin of Privacy by Design; From international resolution to global adoption; Deep dive into the Privacy by Design framework and the 7 Foundational principles; Understand privacy as a business imperative not a barrier; A sampling of Privacy by Design use cases
Session 2: Impact of the pandemic on health information
Health information sensitivity and privacy fundamentals; Tracking a pandemic, keeping the public safe and the need to maintain privacy rights; the role of technology in a pandemic, privacy challenges and applying a Privacy by Design lens
Session 3: Surveillance technologies from government and private sectors
Understanding the value of personal information in the digital age; Anonymity online, data minimization in the age of Big Data and growth of IoT; AI, machine learning, context computing and the ethics of privacy; tensions between public safety, security, marketing and privacy – how does Privacy by Design fit into the equation
Session 4: Facial recognition of data and misuse of data
The evolution of biometric technology and impact on privacy; unpacking some of the privacy breaches involving biometric technology; lessons learned and applying the Privacy by Design framework to get the value of this technology while respecting privacy rights of individuals.
Session 5: Emerging technologies and new privacy and ethical dilemmas
Overview of employee remote monitoring and HR/talent management solutions; exploration of employee privacy and employer obligations; examine positive-sum approaches that contribute to a productive work environment.
Session 6: Future trends and a look ahead
Examine trends that demonstrate trust online is at an all time low; investigate what models are available that give greater control over personal information back the individual; discuss smart city trends and privacy, virtual worlds and privacy; introduce efforts to standardize Privacy by Design and evolve existing privacy tools; explore how Privacy by Design supports privacy as a social norm and is good for business.