Developing beautiful and easy to use websites and mobile applications oftentimes requires iterative development based upon user engagement and feedback. Additionally, some functionality may require collecting, processing and/or storing data about individual users. These data may be personal in nature and require special considerations, and in some cases the data or the individual may be protected by policies and regulations. This presentation will cover some of the basic requirements for developing web applications that monitor and/or collect private and sensitive personal information. In addition, the presentation will explore and recommend ethical practices related to the Privacy by Design principles.
Topics will include relevant policies (GDPR, CCPA, FERPA, HIPAA, etc.), technology (Global Privacy Control, Anonymization, Encryption, Tokenization), and principles (privacy by design, data minimization & microservices, dark patterns, federated learning, etc.). In addition, the workshop will preview upcoming privacy related changes with the new Google Analytics 4 platform.
Aaron Collie is the Manager for Privacy Engineering within the Office of the CIO. He has 12 years of application development experience as the product owner of agile development teams. In addition, Aaron teaches, writes, and consults on the topics of privacy, data, and agility in information-intensive professions. Prior to joining the University of Illinois, Aaron worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and at Michigan State University.
John Laskowski has worked as the User Experience & Web Strategy Coordinator for the University of Illinois Library since 2017. Prior to that John spend 18 years as a knowledge manager in the publishing industry. He is a 1998 graduate of the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science.
Helen Zhou has been with the University Library for over fifteen years. Currently she works at the Library IT as an Electronic Access Specialist. In this position, she develops the web presence of the Library, provides IT consultation and support, and serves as an IT Accessibility Liaison. She has a Master's degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Previously she worked at the University of Toronto Library as the East Asian Information Services Librarian and Gift & Exchange Coordinator. Outside of work, Helen enjoys swimming, experimenting with healthy cooking, and listening to podcasts.