Standard dissemination approaches – such as publications in conferences, workshops and journals – will ensure the widespread diffusion of the project concepts and results among the academic, lawyers and policy makers’ groups/communities.
The original aim for the Privacy Flag consortium was to promote and support the organization sessions/presentation in several workshops of related results and for discussion with the research community, during the life-time of the project. Privacy Flag intended to organize presentations and sessions in high profile Workshops to describe the main features and benefits of the project’s scope. Thus the PF will gain an important feedback as well as to create an important amount of knowledge in privacy.
This page provides an overview of Privacy Flag related presentations given by the project partners within the Workshops of the selected Conferences. These Workshops were expected to “target” specifically the “privacy scope” and to be considered as a proper option to disseminate project results and to “exchange information” with similar EU projects, where relevant.
Below, you can find detailed data, per case, concerning the corresponding announcement event, as well as any supportive information. For the already completed events we also include detailed description of the Conferences and material of the related Workshops where the Privacy Flag partners attended.
- ITU Telecom World 2015 (Oct. 12-15, 2015 – Budapest, Hungary)
- ICT 2015 (Oct. 20-22, 2015 – Lisbon, Portugal)
- Festival ICT 2015 (Nov. 11, 2015 – Milan, Italy)
- 17th INFOCOM World 2015 (Nov. 24, 2015 – Athens, Greece)
- IEEE 2nd World Forum on Internet of Things 2015 (Dec. 14-16, 2015 – Milan, Italy)
- IOTCP 2016 (Mar. 23-25, 2016 – Crans-Montana, Switzerland)
- ITU-T SG-20 Meetings (May 2016 & August 2016, Geneva, Switzerland)
- IoT Week 2016 (May. 31 – Jun. 02, 2016 – Belgrade, Serbia)
- The IEEE Webinar (June, 2016)
- EuCNC 2016 (Jun. 27-30, 2016 – Athens, Greece)
- Teknik i skolan, TIS 2016 Conference (Jun.06, 2016 -Luleå, Sweden)
- TEMU 2016 (July 25-27, 2016- Heraklion, Crete, Greece)
- Festival Della Scienza (FDS) (Oct.27-Nov.06, 2016-Genoa, Italy)
- 18th INFOCOM World 2016 (Nov. 2, 2016 – Athens, Greece)
- 10th International CPDP Conference ( Jan.25-27, 2017 – Brussels, Belgium)
- The 8th Scientific Workshop for Students: “Security for everything, everyone, anytime” ( Mar. 21, 2017- Lamia, Greece)
- 7th Infocom Security Conference 2017 (Mar.29-30, 2017- Athens, Greece)
- Meeting High School students (Mar.31, 2017 – Genoa, Italy)
- Vetenskapen Hus (April 05, 2017 – Luleå, Sweden)
PRIVACY FLAG is at the moment one of the six EU projects on privacy innovation. The others are listed below:
• VisiOn – Visual Privacy Management in User Centric Open Environments
• Operando – Online privacy enforcement, rights assurance & optimization
• Panoramix – Privacy and Accountability in Networks via Optimized Randomized Mix-nets
• Types – Towards transparencY and Privacy in the onlinE advertising business
• SafeCloud – Secure and Resilient Cloud Architecture, www.safecloud-project.eu
PRIVACY FLAG also shares common interests with EU Projects in areas such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities. These are:
• Organicity EU project – Co-creating smart cities of the future
• U4IoT – User Engagement for Large Scale Pilots in the Internet of Things. (Project started in 01/01/2017)
• ANASTACIA – Advanced Networked Agents for Security and Trust Assessment in CPS/IOT Architectures (Project started in 01/01/2017)
• CREATE-IoT – Cross Fertilisation Through Alignment, Synchronisation and Exchanges For IoT (Project started in 01/01/2017)
• WeLive – A neW concept of public administration based on citizen co-created mobile urban services
PRIVACY FLAG goal is to amplify the European privacy innovation community and promote the community’s position in an international context.