The Data Privacy Seminar Series brings world-class privacy experts of diverse backgrounds and perspectives to share their points of view.
In this session, a privacy engineering expert will share his real-world experience and knowledge of how one may distinguish privacy threats from vulnerabilities, what strategies can be employed to create context diagrams for privacy threat modeling, how privacy engineers can translate threats into user stories, and then utilize user stories to apply controls to reduce or eliminate threats to privacy.
Jonathan Fox, director of privacy by design, is a member of Cisco’s chief privacy office and coauthor of The Privacy Engineer’s Manifesto: Getting from Policy to Code to QA to Value (ApressOpen, 2014). With more than 20 years of privacy experience, Fox’s principal areas of focus have been product development, government relations, mergers and acquisitions, and training. He is a CIPP/US and CIPM, and was a Certified Information Security manager (CISM). Prior to joining Cisco, Fox was senior privacy engineer at Intel. His previous roles include director of data privacy, McAfee; director of privacy, eBay; deputy chief privacy officer for Sun Microsystems; and editor-in-chief of sun.com. Fox frequently speaks at industry events and is a member of the IEEE P7002 Personal Data Privacy Working Group and Chair of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group for ISO/PC 317 Consumer protection: privacy by design for consumer goods and services.
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