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More information about this series at http www springer com series 7410. Bettina Berendt Thomas Engel, Demosthenes Ikonomou Daniel Le M tayer. Stefan Schiffner Eds, Privacy Technologies, and Policy. Third Annual Privacy Forum APF 2015, Luxembourg Luxembourg October 7 8 2015. Revised Selected Papers, Bettina Berendt Daniel Le M tayer. Department of Computer Science Antenne Lyon La Doua. KU Leuven Inria, Heverlee Villeurbanne, Belgium France.
Thomas Engel Stefan Schiffner, Universit du Luxembourg ENISA. Luxembourg Maroussi Attiki, Luxembourg Greece, Demosthenes Ikonomou. Maroussi Attiki, ISSN 0302 9743 ISSN 1611 3349 electronic. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, ISBN 978 3 319 31455 6 ISBN 978 3 319 31456 3 eBook. DOI 10 1007 978 3 319 31456 3, Library of Congress Control Number 2016933473.
LNCS Sublibrary SL4 Security and Cryptology, Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016. This work is subject to copyright All rights are reserved by the Publisher whether the whole or part of the. material is concerned speci cally the rights of translation reprinting reuse of illustrations recitation. broadcasting reproduction on micro lms or in any other physical way and transmission or information. storage and retrieval electronic adaptation computer software or by similar or dissimilar methodology now. known or hereafter developed, The use of general descriptive names registered names trademarks service marks etc in this publication. does not imply even in the absence of a speci c statement that such names are exempt from the relevant. protective laws and regulations and therefore free for general use. The publisher the authors and the editors are safe to assume that the advice and information in this book are. believed to be true and accurate at the date of publication Neither the publisher nor the authors or the editors. give a warranty express or implied with respect to the material contained herein or for any errors or. omissions that may have been made, Printed on acid free paper. This Springer imprint is published by Springer Nature. The registered company is Springer International Publishing AG Switzerland. The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security the European. Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks Content and Tech. nology and the University of Luxembourg organized APF 2015 in the framework. of the presidency of the Council of the European Union In all 24 papers were sub. mitted after the open call for papers an international reviewing board selected eleven. papers for presentation After the conference the authors submitted their revised papers. for the present book which constitutes the peer reviewed proceedings of this event. The contributions re ect the growing importance of networked IT services in our. lives While today the use of many of these services is optional and regarded as a mere. convenience it is to be expected that in the future many of them will become quasi. mandatory be it because the social environment expects a certain participation. because certain crucial services are hard to nd of ine or even because in the light of. e government participation is legally required Considering these developments IT. services need to be trusted by a large proportion of the population Hence their. implications for the rights of free information and self expression need to be studied. and thus security and privacy considerations gain importance. The concept of privacy as a legal and social term was formed in the late 1800s It. stems from the extension of the physical integrity of the body to integrity of the mind. In their infancy these ideas were meant to protect citizens from the ruling class. Naturally privacy gained more importance with the rise of democracy Together with. the governmental use of technology this development reached its preliminary peak in. the development of the right to informational self determination in the 1980s How. ever since then IT technology has been broadly adopted commercially thus policy in. this eld is no longer restricted to limiting the actions of state bodies but also needs to. regulate commercial applications The policy maker needs to set a frame in which. legitimate commercial interests can co exist with the right to privacy Besides the legal. aspect privacy has been discussed in technical terms In the beginning privacy en. hancing technologies PETs focused on techniques for con dentiality and anonymous. communication Nowadays PETs include technologies for controlled disclosure ne. grained access control destruction of data repudiation reputation accountability etc. While in the beginning many technologies were out of reach because of costs today it. is getting easier to deploy them, However developments in technologies policy and industry practices do not con. verge easily APF aims to close the gap by focusing on paradigms that bridge the elds. This year we focused on Privacy by Design PbD i e the attempt to combine. technical and organizational measures to ensure the basic rights of the individual It is. not a method but rather a mind set which asks for continuous effort throughout the. development life cycle New technological trends of distributed and decentralized data. management create opportunities as well as challenges for achieving privacy Aware. ness of these trends further helps to bridge the gap between technology and policy. VI Preface, The papers of this book were presented in three sessions.
The rst session Measuring Privacy contained four talks Meiko Jensen pre. sented a methodology for assessing the maturity of PETs as a guideline for developers. and DPAs as well as policy makers to objectivize expert opinions Vinh Thong Ta. described a case study on formal accountability for biometric surveillance Laurence. Claeys showed the USEMP value model that aims at improving transparency and. privacy in online social networks from a legal economic and technical perspective in. order to empower the users to take back control of their data Rehab Alnemr presented. a practical tool for privacy impact assessment for the cloud as an aid for cloud service. customers to choose the provider that meets their needs. The second session dealt with Rules and Principles Wernher Behrendt discussed. open questions on consent for sensors and a codex for sensors introducing courteous. sensors Ioannis Krontiris presented a case study on Privacy ABCs for the adoption of. PETs by users and service providers Wouter Lueks spoke on revocable privacy and. presented use cases enabled by practical cryptographic protocols for real world prob. lems The session was closed by Dawn Jutla who presented PIP a privacy injection. pattern for inserting privacy patterns in software. The third session covered Legal and Economic Perspectives on Privacy Milana. Pisari presented a case study on the surveillance of electronic communications in the. Republic of Serbia sharing with APF a view beyond EU law Claudio Caimi described. legal and technical perspectives in the de nition of data sharing agreements Finally. Gabriela Gheorghe presented a new approach to online privacy combining legal and. technological measures and focusing on the importance of control. Panels covered ethical aspects of data processing privacy in the era of big data and. the economics of PETs keynotes provided further food for thought While Giovanni. Buttarelli emphasized the EU digital single market and the importance of trust in. electronic services by EU citizens Naomi Lefkovitz gave the discussion a non EU. dimension stressing the fact that the economy is already global Charles Raab dis. cussed the value of privacy for society as such and contested the idea of a trade off. between security and privacy with sceptical scrutiny The event was closed by Bart. Preneel who presented a cryptographer s view on mass surveillance concluding with. the fundamental question of why it is legal to sell unsafe technology. A special session on Multidisciplinary Aspects of Privacy by Design was orga. nized by the KU Leuven Department of Computer Science and Centre for IT and IP. Law The session was opened with a keynote by Marit Hansen she gave insights into. her practical experiences with privacy by design within a data protection authority Dan. Bogdanov Matthias Pocs and David Stevens then joined her for a panel chaired by. Antonio Kung The session thus brought together perspectives of data protection. authorities data protection of cers technology industry and stakeholders involved in. standardization Lessons learned from the special session are summarized in the present. book by Tsormpatzoudi Berendt and Coudert the panel organizers. In sum APF 2015 assembled a wide range of current perspectives and state of the. art research on privacy and it stimulated inspiring discussions also on the multi and. interdisciplinary challenges and solution approaches whose importance for real world. privacy is becoming increasingly clear For the future we aim at attracting more. contributions from non technical elds in order to broaden and deepen the insights. Preface VII, gained The next APF will be hosted by Goethe University Frankfurt Germany in. September 2016 It will encourage among other topics discussions on privacy impact. and risk assessment, We thank everyone who made this great event possible the sponsors authors. reviewers and local organizing teams of APF 2015, February 2016 Bettina Berendt. Thomas Engel, Demosthenes Ikonomou, Daniel Le M tayer. Stefan Schiffner, Annual Privacy Forum, Luxembourg Luxembourg October 7 8 2015.
organized by, European Union Agency for Network and Information Security ENISA. European Commission Directorate for Communications Networks. Content and Technology DG CONNECT, Interdisciplinary Center for Security Reliability and Trust SnT. University of Luxembourg, Organization, Program Committee. Luis Antunes University of Porto Portugal, David Basin ETH Z rich Switzerland. Rainer B hme University of M nster Germany, Athena Bourka ENISA Greece.
Claude Castelluccia Inria Rhone Alpes France, Fr d ric Cuppens T l com Bretagne France. Nora Cuppens Boulahia T l com Bretagne France, Roberto Di Pietro Bell Labs Italy. Claudia Diaz KU Leuven Belgium, Mathias Fischer International Computer Science Institute USA. Simone Fischer H bner Karlstad University Sweden, Andra Giurgiu University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. Marit Hansen ULD Germany, Jaap Henk Hoepman Radboud University Nijmegen The Netherlands.
Kristina Irion University of Amsterdam The Netherlands. Sokratis Katsikas University of Piraeus Greece, Stefan Katzenbeisser TU Darmstadt Germany. Florian Kerschbaum SAP Germany, Klaus Kursawe Philips Research The Netherlands. Miroslaw Kutylowski Wroc aw University of Technology Poland. Gwendal Le Grand CNIL France, Fabio Martinelli IIT CNR Italy. Sjouke Mauw University of Luxembourg Luxembourg, Chris Mitchell Royal Holloway University of London UK. Andriy Panchenko University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. Aljosa Pasic Atos Origin Spain, Siani Pearson HP Labs UK.
Bart Preneel KU Leuven Belgium, Kai Rannenberg Goethe University Frankfurt Germany. Vincent Rijmen KU Leuven Belgium, Heiko Ro nagel Fraunhofer IAO Germany. P Y A Ryan University of Luxembourg Luxembourg, Angela Sasse UCL UK. Jean Louis Schiltz SCHILTZ SCHILTZ Luxembourg, Einar Snekkenes Gjvik University College Norway. X Organization, Radu State University of Luxembourg Luxembourg.
Carmela Troncoso Gradiant Spain, Paulo Verissimo University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. Michael Waidner Fraunhofer SIT Germany, General Co chairs. Rosa Barcelo European Commission DG CONNECT Belgium. Thomas Engel University of Luxembourg Luxembourg, Demosthenes Ikonomou ENISA Greece. Achim Klabunde European Data Protection Supervisor Belgium. Organizing Committee, Athena Bourka ENISA Greece, Daria Catalui ENISA Greece. Helga Edwardsdottir University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. Thomas Engel University of Luxembourg Luxembourg, Asya Mitseva University of Luxembourg Luxembourg.
Anne Ochsenbein University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. Stefanie stlund University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. Andriy Panchenko University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. Stefan Schiffner ENISA Greece, Program Co chairs, Bettina Berendt KU Leuven Belgium. Thomas Engel University of Luxembourg Luxembourg, Daniel Le M tayer Inria University of Lyon France. Publication Co chairs, Asya Mitseva University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. Andriy Panchenko University of Luxembourg Luxembourg. External Reviewers, Reiner Kraft Fraunhofer SIT Germany. Michael Kubach Fraunhofer IAO Germany, Sebastian Luhn Universit t M nster Germany.
Jessica Schroers KU Leuven Belgium, Ulrich Waldmann Fraunhofer SIT Germany. Organization XI, Accountability and Quantitative Methods for Privacy. Towards Measuring Maturity of Privacy Enhancing Technologies 3. Marit Hansen Jaap Henk Hoepman and Meiko Jensen, Formal Accountability for Biometric Surveillance A Case Study 21. Vinh Thong Ta Denis Butin and Daniel Le M tayer, Increasing Transparency and Privacy for Online Social Network. Users USEMP Value Model Scoring Framework and Legal 38. A Popescu M Hildebrandt J Breuer L Claeys S Papadopoulos. G Petkos T Michalareas D Lund R Heyman S van der Graaf. E Gadeski H Le Borgne K deVries T Kastrinogiannis, .
Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9484 Commenced Publication in 1973 Founding and Former Series Editors Gerhard Goos Juris Hartmanis and Jan van Leeuwen Editorial Board David Hutchison Lancaster University Lancaster UK Takeo Kanade Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh PA USA Josef Kittler University of Surrey Guildford UK Jon M Kleinberg Cornell University Ithaca NY USA

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