The IEEE P7002 standard defines requirements for a systems/software engineering process for privacy-oriented considerations regarding products, services, and systems utilizing employee, customer or other external user’s personal data. It extends across the life cycle from policy through development, quality assurance, and value realization. By providing specific procedures, diagrams, and checklists, users of this standard can perform a conformity assessment on their specific privacy practices. Privacy impact assessments (PIAs) are described as a tool for both identifying where privacy controls and measures are needed and for confirming they are in place. This webinar will discuss a use case and explain the components of the standard.
R. Jason Cronk – Privacy Engineer, Enterprivacy Consulting Group
R. Jason Cronk is the author of Strategic Privacy by Design, one of the textbooks for the IAPP's privacy technologist certification (CIPT). He was designated in 2014 as a privacy by design ambassador by the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner's office and has been a leading figure in privacy by design and privacy engineering ever since. Currently he works as a consultant and trainer for a boutique firm Enterprivacy Consulting Group. He can be found tweeting @privacymaverick
Matthew Silveira – President, Objective Business Solutions
Matt Silveira is the president of Objective Business Solutions, a consulting firm he founded in 2004 that specializes in information security and privacy by design for healthcare, first responder communication systems, and voting systems. Matt Silveira served as adjunct faculty for UC Davis Extension, teaching courses in information security, data privacy, and system architecture
Denise Schoeneich – Privacy Engineer, Intel Corporation
Denise Schoeneich is a Privacy Engineer in Intel’s Privacy Strategy and Operations Group. She drives strategic input and prioritization for privacy into cutting-edge new technologies including AI. Her previous role was Program Manager for Intel’s Product Security and Privacy Governance Office.
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