Privacy enhancing security technologies and human rights, are among topics for the concluding conference arranged by the PRISE project in the end of April. The conference takes place in Vienna.
The conference “Next steps towards privacy enhancing security technologies” will be arranged the 28th and the 29th of April 2008, to discuss privacy and security in relation to the future development in European security research and policies. The PRISE project includes four members of EPTA.
The conference focus on important questions such as:
The purpose of the PRISE conference is to discuss in a broad forum, the PRISE results and further steps required to ensure privacy and security in Europe.
Confirmed keynote speakers include::
J. Peter Burgess, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo
Rene von Schomberg, Scientific Officer, European Commission, DG RTD Science and Technology foresight
Simon Davies, London School of Economics and director of Privacy International
Peter Hustinx, European Data Protection Supervisor
Sachar Paulus, Chief Security Officer of SAP
The workshop sessions of the 29th of April include the following issues: Security Technologies, PETs design and PETs in practice, Security policy and privacy, Society and Security, Ethics and Security.
Please consult the PRISE website for more information about the conference: