Computer Technology Institute (CTI) participated in the Privacy Congress CDP (Congreso de Privacidad) in Madrid, Spain, on October 17-19, 2017.
CDP is Spain’s flagship conference on data privacy and data protection. Its objective is to inform worldwide experts on the new trends, solutions, regulations and information in digital privacy, which are important for companies and public administrations. In the corresponding framework, the participants had the opportunity to discuss the GDPR.
On this occasion, a Special Track was dedicated to H2020 European Projects in the area of privacy and data use, both in the public and private sectors.
Assist. Prof. Vasileios Vlachos on behalf of the CTI delivered a speech for the technical enablers of the PF research project and, more specifically, the PF Observatory platform, as well as the infrastructure to support PF software tools (PF browser add-on, PF mobile app, PF IoT tool). The tools were demonstrated and evaluated by the attendees.
Furthermore, Mr. Luca Bolognini, President of the Istituto Italiano per la Privacy (IIP), discussed and analyzed the legal challenges of the related projects and presented the strategy of the PF project on data privacy.
The action took place in cooperation with the TYPES H2020 project. More details about the TYPES project can be found at: http://www.types-project.eu/
Figure: Special PF Track in CDP 2017