[PET] PrimeLife/IFIP Summer School in Nice, Sept 7-11 - Programme and Call for Participation

Simone Fischer Hübner simone.fischer-huebner at kau.se
Fri Aug 14 10:56:37 BST 2009

Call for Participation

Fifth International Summer School
organised jointly by the PrimeLife EU project
in cooperation with the IFIP WG 9.2, 9.6/11.7 11.4, 11.6.

Privacy and Identity Management for Life
(PrimeLife/IFIP Summer School 2009)
to be held in Nice, France, 7th – 11th September 2009.

Summer School Website: http://www.it.kau.se/IFIP-summerschool/

Early Bird registration until 17th August 2009

The theme of this Summer School to be held in 
September 2009 and co-organised by the PrimeLife 
EU project and the International Federation for 
Information Processing (IFIP) will be on privacy 
and identity management for emerging Internet 
applications throughout a person’s life.
The Summer School can be taken as a PhD course. 
Students who actively participate, in particular 
those who present a paper, can receive a course 
certificate from Karlstad University which awards 3 ECTS at PhD Level.

Invited keynotes include:
    * Franck Baudot (CNIL)
    * Caspar Bowden (Chief Privacy Adviser Microsoft EMEA)
    * Jan Camenisch (IBM Research)
    * Marc Dacier (Symantec)
    * Sabrina De Capitani di Vimercati (University of Milano)
    * Eleni Kosta (KU Leuven)
    * Ronald Leenes (Tilburg University)
    * Wainer Lusoli (EU Commission/JRC)
    * Refik Molva (Eurecom)
    * Andreas Pfitzmann (TU Dresden)
    * Charles Raab (University of Edinburgh)
    * Angela Sasse (University College London)
    * Stephan Spitz & Marc-Michael Bergfeld (Giesecke& Devrient)

Draft PrimeLife/IFIP Summer School Programme, 7-11 September 2009, Nice/France:

Sunday, 6th September 2009:
18:00-20:00 Early registration at Maison du seminaire,
Welcome drink

Monday, 7th September 2009:
Main Topic: Privacy from an Enterprise/Institutional Perspective

(The first day will take place at Eurecom in 
Sophia Antipolis, which is the Science Park in the area of Nice).
8:30: Registration at Maison du seminaire
9:15: Bus departs from Maison du seminaire to Sophia Antipolis

10:30 Introduction, Welcome

10:45-11:45: Keynote speech: Refik Molva (Eurecom):
“Safebook: a privacy-preserving peer-to-peer social network application”

11:45-12:45: Keynote speech: Jan Camenisch (IBM Research)
“Privacy Enhancing Cryptography: Theory and Practice”

13:00-14:00: Lunch

14:00-15:00: Keynote speech: Franck Baudot (CNIL expert):
“Identity from a data protection authority perspective in 2009”

15:00-16:00: Parallel workshops

Workshop 1: Privacy Tools
Mike Gurski (Bell Canada) presents and discusses a privacy management tool

Workshop 2: eHealth Privacy I
by Diane Whitehouse (Castlegate Consultancy)

16:00-16:30: Coffee

16:30-17:45: Panel: Privacy from an Enterprise/Institutional Perspective
Introductory presentation by Marc Darcier 
(Symantec): “Privacy risks and actors”
(Participants: Jan Camenisch, Marc Darcier, 
Franck Baudot, Caspar Bowden, Diane Whitehouse, Wainer Lusoli)

17:45: Summing up the day

18:00 Cocktails, snacks

Bus to Nice/Maison du seminaire departs at 19:15.

Tuesday, 8th September 2009:
Main Topic: Lifelong Privacy

9:00-10:00: Keynote speech: Andreas Pfitzmann (TU Dresden):
“Lifelong Privacy”

10:00-10:30: Coffee

10:30-11:30: Keynote speech: Sabrina De Capitani 
di Vimercati (University of Milano):
“Privacy of Data”

11:45-13:00: Lunch

13:00-15:30: Parallel workshops

Workshop 3: Privacy and Trust Technologies

Stefanie Pötzsch and Katrin Borcea-Pfitzmann, 
“Privacy-Respecting Access Control in Collaborative Workspaces”

Were Oyomno, “Personal Information, Context and 
Privacy in Context-Aware Services”

Tom Kirkham, “Securing personal data in an 
automated placement matching community”

Workshop 4: eGovernment Privacy and Identity Management

José Formaz and Olivier Glassey, “Follow the PIG: 
or how to analyse the governance of population registers”

Pravir Chawdhry and Ioannis Vakalis, “Use of 
ePassport for Identity Management in Network-Centric Citizen Life Processes”

Annemarie Sprokkereef, “Governments and PET: the 
introduction of large scale biometrics in the Netherlands”

Workshop 5: eHealth Privacy II

Syed Naqvi, Gautier Dallons and Christophe 
Ponsard, “Assuring Privacy of Medical Records in 
an Open Collaborative Environment - A Case Study 
of Wallonia region's eHealth Platform”

Diego Garcia, M. Beatriz F. Toledo, Miriam A. M. 
Capretz, Paul Grace and Gordon S. Blair, “A 
Configurable Approach to Privacy Ontology and its 
Application to Mobile e-Health Services”

Fabio Massacci, Ayda Saidane and Viet Hung 
Nguyen, “No Purpose, No Data: Goal-oriented 
Access Control for Ambient Assisted Living”

15:30-16:00 Coffee

16:00-17:40: Parallel workshops

Workshop 6: Privacy-Respecting Biometrics

Nicolas Delvaux, “TURBINE fingerprint biometric 
for trusted and revocable identity: technical challenges”

Els Kindt, “Privacy by design ? The case of biometrics”

Workshop 7: Lifelong Privacy

Marit Hansen, Maren Raguse, Katalin Storf and 
Harald Zwingelberg, “Privacy from Womb to Tomb”

Isabelle Oomen, “Out of Sight, Out of Mind? The 
influence of social network sites on personal networks”

17:40-18:00: Summing up the day

Wednesday, 9th September 2009:
Main topic: Privacy & Web 2.0

9:00-10:00: Keynote speech: Ronald Leenes (Tilburg University):
“Where the rubber meets the road: Privacy and 
Sociability in social network sites”

10:00-11:00: Keynote speech: Eleni Kosta (KU Leuven):
“The Freddi Staurs of Social Networking – A legal approach”

11:00-11:30: Coffee

11:30-12:30: Keynote speech: Caspar Bowden (Microsoft EMEA):
“Improving the implementation of the right of data subject access”

12:30-13:30: Lunch

13:30-16:00: Parallel workshops

Workshop 8: Transparency

André Deuker, “Addressing the Privacy Paradox by 
Expanded Privacy Awareness – The Example of Context-Aware Services”

Hans Hedbom, Tobias Pulls, Peter Hjärtquist and 
Andreas Lavén, “Adding Secure Transparency Logging to the Prime Core”

Stefan Köpsell and Petr Svenda, “Secure logging of retained data”

Workshop 9: Social Networks & Privacy

Aleksandra Kuczerawy, “Facebook and its EU users 
- applicability of the EU data protection law to US based SNS”

Penny Duquenoy and Patrick Watson, “Treading a 
fine line: protecting children in online social networks”

Dominik Birk, Felix Gröbert and Christoph 
Wegener, “Social Network Analysis: Modeling Attacks and Visualizing Privacy”

16:00-16:20: Coffee

16:20-18:00: Parallel workshops

Workshop 10: HCI for PETs

Erik Wästlund, “PET-USES“

Patrik Bichsel, Jan Camenisch, Franz-Stefan 
Preiss and Dieter Sommer, “Dynamically-Changing 
Interface for Selecting Credentials Satisfying Policy Constraints”

Workshop 11: Privacy Violation Detection & Prediction

Maike Gilliot and Rafael Accorsi, “Runtime 
Prediction of Policy Violations in Automated Business Processes”

Nils Ulltveit-Moe and Vladimir Oleshchuk, 
“Privacy Violation Metric for Signature-Based Intrusion Detection Systems”

18:00-18:15: Summing up the day

19:30:  Nissart Dinner in the Nice area

Thursday, 10th September 2009:
Main topic: Legal, Socio-Economic and Technical Aspects of Identity Management

9:00-10:00: Keynote speech: Wainer Lusoli (JRC Seville):
“Write privacy read identity: legal, technical 
and economic aspects of a new regulatory framework”

10:00-11:00: Keynote speech: Charles Raab (Edinburgh University):
“Privacy Principles for Identity Management”

11:00-11:30: Coffee

11:30-12:30: Marc-Michael Bergfeld & Stephan Spitz (Giesecke&Devrient):
“Smart Cards for Identity Management”

12:30-13:30: Lunch

13:30-16:00: Parallel workshops

Workshop 12: Smart Cards for Identity Management
By Michael Bergfeld & Stephan Spitz (Giesecke&Devrient)

Workshop 13: Anonymity

Ge Zhang, “An analysis for anonymity and linkability of SIP VoIP identity”

Marián Novotný and Peter Kempec, “An anonymous 
balloting system for evaluation of students' comprehension of lecture”

Marián Novotný and Rastislav Krivoš-Belluš, 
“Design and analysis of a protocol for anonymous sociometric questionnaires”

Workshop 14: Identity Management

Arnold Roosendaal, “Digital Personae and Profiles 
as Representations of Individuals”

Benjamin Kellermann and Immanuel Scholz, 
“Anonymous Credentials in Web Applications – A 
Child’s Play with the PRIME Core”

Vikas Kumar, “ICT Banking for the Illiterate Rural Customers”

16:00-16:15: Summing up the day

17:00: Visit of the city Nice

Friday, 11th September 2009:
Main topic: Privacy Research Directions

9:00-10:00: Keynote speech: Angela Sasse (University College London):
"Why less data means better business"

10:00-11:40: Parallel workshops

Workshop 15: Economic Aspects & Industrial Requirements

Markus Hansen and Ina Schiering, “Multilateral 
Privacy in Clouds: Requirements for Use in Industry”

Lothar Fritsch, “Business risks from RFID in tracking, tracing and logistics”

Workshop 16 incl. the Rump Session (for late 
submissions/ work of progress presentations)

Ioannis Agrafiotis, Sadie Creese, Michael 
Goldsmith, and Nikolaos Papanikolaou, "Reaching 
for Informed Revocation: Shutting Off the Tap on Personal Data"

and others.

11:40-12:00: Coffee

12:00-13:00: Panel: Privacy Research Directions 
(Angela Sasse, Charles Raab, Refik Molva, Caspar 
Bowden, Penny Duquenoy, Andreas Pfitzmann)

13:00-13:20: Summing up, Closing Session

13:20-14:30 Lunch
- End of Summer School -

General Chair:
Michele Bezzi (SAP Research/ France)

Programme Committee Co-Chairs:
Penny Duquenoy (Middlesex University/ UK, IFIP WG 9.2 chair)
Simone Fischer-Hübner (Karlstad University/ Sweden, IFIP WG11.6 vice chair)
Marit Hansen (Independent Centre for Privacy 
Protection Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel/ Germany)

Organising Committee Chair:
Jean-Christophe Pazzaglia (SAP Research/ France)

Prof. Dr. Simone Fischer-Hübner
Karlstad University
Department of Computer Science
Universitetsgatan 2
S 651 88 Karlstad / Sweden
Tel: +46  54 700 1723
Fax: +46  54 700 1828
simone.fischer-huebner at kau.se

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