Privacy Enhancing Technologies – Research, Technology and Future Trends
Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) are a broad range of technologies and approaches that can help mitigate privacy risks when using sensitive or confidential data. They can thus provide significant benefits to your privacy programme, as they enable innovative data usage without compromising the security and privacy of the information being shared.
Presentations from the joint Beltug/ISACA event of 16 March 2023. You can also download ISACA’s report on ‘Privacy in Practice 2023’.
16 / 03 / 23
At this event, we got a comprehensive overview of the trends, technologies and advancements in research related to PETs, as well as illustrations of their implementation in daily practice, from experts from ISACA, the Beltug Privacy Council and KU Leuven. First, Dr. Koen De Maere discussed findings from ISACA’s global Privacy in Practice 2023 survey. Then Punit Bhatia explored the challenges of PETs for Data Protection Officers (DPOs). Prof. Nigel Smart outlined the ongoing developments in the field of PETs. We wrapped up with a roundtable and break-out sessions.
The presentations from the event, plus ISACA’s ‘Privacy in Practice 2023’ report, are available for our members after log in.
- Highlights from the Global Privacy in Practice 2023 Survey
- Privacy Enhancing Technologies – What are they and how can your privacy programmes benefit from them?
- Privacy Enhancing Technologies – Research, Technology and Future Trends