IFIP Summer School 2011
September 5th-9th, 2011
Trento, Italy
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Sunday, 4th September:

19:00: Welcome reception

Monday, 5th September:

9:00 - Room 204: Opening
Welcome message by Bruno Crispo and Simone Fischer-Hubner

9:15 - Room 204: Keynote I (Simone Fischer-Hubner):
Charles Raab (Edinburgh University): Lifelong Privacy: The Right to be Forgotten?

10:15-10:45: Coffee

10:45 - Room 204: Keynote II (Simone Fischer-Hubner):
Riitta Hellman (Karde AS / Norwegian Computing Center): Inclusive Identity Management in new Social Media

11:45 - Room 204: Keynote III (Simone Fischer-Hubner):
David Chadwick (University of Kent): Sticky Policies

12:45-14:00: Lunch

14:00-15:40: Parallel workshops:

Workshop I - Room 204: Contextual Integrity: a Means to Manage Privacy (Katrin Borcea-Pfitzmann, Marit Hansen)

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Call for contribution (text)

Workshop II - Room 219: Privacy Metrics (Ina Schiering)

Ebenezer Paintsil. Towards Automating Identity Management System Privacy Risk Assessment with Petri Nets

Lisa Rajbhandari and Ebenezer Paintsil. Analysis of Privacy Scenarios In User-Centric Identity Management Systems with Game Theory

Workshop III - Room 220: Privacy for eHealth Applications (Diane Whitehouse)

Milica Milutinovic, Koen Decroix, Vincent Naessens and Bart De Decker. Privacy preserving mechanisms for a pervasive eHealth system

Ioannis Agrafiotis, Sadie Creese and Michael Goldsmith. Formalising Requirements for a Biobank Scenario using a Logic for   Consent and Revocation

15:40-16:10: Coffee

16:10-17:50: Parallel Workshops:

Workshop I - Room 204: Contextual Integrity: A Means to Manage Privacy (cont.)

Workshop IV - Room 219: Privacy Metrics and Comparision (Erik Wastlund)

Ioannis Agrafiotis, Sadie Creese and Michael Goldsmith. Developing a Strategy for Automated Privacy Testing Suites

Philip Schutz. Data protection authorities in a comparative perspective

Workshop V - Room 220: Personalization and privacy issues for persons with intellectual disability. Case: ICT for persons with dementia (Riitta Hellman)

17:50-18:20 - Room 204: Summing up day 1 (Simone Fischer-Hubner)

Tuesday, 6th September:

9:00 - Room 204: Keynote IV (Marit Hansen):
Gregory Neven (IBM Research): Privacy-preserving attribute credentials

10:00 - 10:30: Coffee

10:30 - Room 204: Keynote V (Marit Hansen):
Sarah Spiekermann (WU Vienna): Privacy Impact Assessments and Privacy by Design - Ways to go forward

11:30-13:00: Lunch

13:00-17:00: Parallel workshops (Coffee at 15:40)

Workshop VI - Room 204: Addressing Ethical Issues using Scenarios in European Technology Development Projects (Aygen Kurt and Penny Duquenoy)

Workshop VII  - Room 219: Policies (Gregory Neven)

Kaniz Fatema, David Chadwick and Brendan Alsenoy. Legal policies to protect privacy

Sandra Olislaegers. Early Lessons Learned in the ENDORSE Project: Legal issues in developing data protection compliance tools

Joerg Abendroth. Drafting Release Policies without Expert Knowledge

Workshop VIII  - Room 220: Privacy and Transparency in the Age of Cloud Computing (Giovanni Russello)

Ina Schiering and Jan Kretschmer. Investigation of the Infrastructure Level of Cloud Computing - Realising a Basis for Privacy and Security of Software Services

Tobias Pulls. (More) Side Channels in Cloud Storage

Sebastian Labitzke. To whom flew all my personal data? Enabling users to monitor the proliferation of shared personally identifiable information

17:00-17:30  - Room 204: Summing up day 2 (Marit Hansen)

18:00: Social event

Wednesday, 7th September:

9:00 - Room 204: Keynote VI (Jan Camenisch):  
Peter Gullberg (Gemalto): Usable Privacy-enhanced mobile Identity Management

10:00 - 10:30: Coffee

10:30 - Room 204: Keynote VII (Jan Camenisch):
Jean-Pierre Seifert (TU Berlin): Privacy and Security for Mobile Phones

11:30: Keynote VII (Jan Camenisch):
Marit Hansen (Vice Data Protection Commissioner/ULD): Privacy Protection Goals and Top 10 Mistakes in System Design from a Privacy Perspective

12:30- 14:00: Lunch

14:00-15:40: Parallel workshops

Workshop IX - Room 204: Social Implications for Privacy for Life (Marc van Lieshout, Diane Whitehouse et al.)

Sarah Spiekermann (WU Vienna, A). A short introduction to privacy behaviour - followed by an exercise

Linda Kool (TNO, NL): Perceptions of Privacy by Design

Workshop X - Room 219: Privacy for Mobile Applications I (Lothar Fritsch)

Martin Pekarek. Calling at all stations? Exploring privacy-friendly e-ticketing using smartphones

Julio Angulo and Erik Wästlund. Exploring Touch Screen Dynamics for User Identification on Smart Phones

Workshop XI - Room 220: Crypto for Privacy (Jan Camenisch and Gregory Neven)

15:40-16:10: Coffee

16:10-17:50: Parallel workshops

Workshop IX  - Room 204 (cont.): Social Implications for Privacy for Life (Marc van Lieshout, Diane Whitehouse et al.)

Norberto Patrignani (Politecnico di Torino, IT): Computer Professionals and Privacy by Design: their role in shaping the future society. The contribution of EGAIS, a European project

Aygen Kurt (Middlesex University, UK): Questioning ethics, technology and governance beyond the system

Catherine Flick (Middlesex University, UK). The Social Impact of Privacy for Life: Bitcoin and the Dual-Use Dilemma

Workshop XII - Room 219: Privacy for Mobile Applications II (David Chatwick)

Luigi Grillo, Vincenzo Cutello and Giuseppe Morelli. Secure Multi-Party Computation: formalization of privacy in Location Based Mobile Services (LBMS)

Faysal Boukayoua, Jan Vossaert, Bart De Decker and Vincent Naessens. Using a Smartphone to Access Personalized Web Services on a Workstation

Workshop XI  - Room 220 (cont.): Crypto for Privacy (Jan Camenisch and Gregory Neven)

17:50-18:20  - Room 204: Summing up day 3 (Jan Camenisch)

Thursday, 8th September:

9:00 - Room 204: Keynote VIII (Ronald Leenes):

Tom Keenan (University of Calgary): Are They Making Our Privates Public? - Emerging Risks of Governmental Open Data Initiatives

10:00-10:30: Coffee

10:30 - Room 204: Keynote IX (Ronald Leenes):

Eleni Kosta (KU Leuven): Tracking trends: Location Tracking and Do Not Track

11:30 - Room 204: Keynote X (Ronald Leenes):

Andrea De Nicola (University of Trento): Identity Thefts and Identity Managment: Criminological and Legal Aspects

12:30-13:30: Lunch

13:30-16:30: Parallel workshops (Coffee at 15:10)

Workshop XIII - Room 204: Consumer Privacy (Giovanni Russello)

Ulrich Konig and Marit Hansen. Extending comparison shopping sites by privacy criteria

Martin Beck and Michael Marhoefer. Do-Not-Track techniques for browsers and its implications for consumers

Marcello Paolo Scipioni. Towards Privacy-Aware Location-Based Recommender Systems

Workshop XIV - Room 219: Privacy for Online Communities (Ronald Leenes)

Michael Dowd. Privacy Attitudes in Interest-Driven Online Communities: The Case of Last.fm

Oleksandr Bodriagov and Sonja Buchegger. P2P Social Networks With Broadcast Encryption Protected Privacy

Mohammad Badiul Islam and Renato Iannella. Privacy by Design: Does it matter for Social Networks?

Workshop XV - Room 220: Privacy Attacks and Problems (Bruno Crispo)

Gergely Alpar and Jaap-Henk Hoepman. Avoiding Man-in-the-Middle Attacks When Verifying Public Terminals

Arnold Roosendaal. Massive Data Collection by Mistake?

Patrizia Bertini. The power of focus groups: unveiling meanings

16:30-17:00 - Room 204: Summing up day 4 (Ronald Leenes)

17:00: Social event

Friday, 9th September:

9:00 - Room 204: Keynote XI (Bruno Crispo):
Allessandro Armando (FBK): Security and Privacy of Web-based Single Sign-On Protocols: Pitfalls and Solutions

10:00-10:30: Coffee

10:30 - 12:10: Parallel Workshops:

Workshop XVI - Room 204: Rump Session (Giovanni Russello)

Workshop XVII - Room 219: Incorporating Privacy (Penny Duquenoy)

Koen Decroix, Bart De Decker and Vincent Naessens. Designing privacy-enhancing mobile applications

Catherine Flick and Penny Duquenoy. Developing for Privacy in Sensitive Domains: Lessons from the Isis Project

Workshop XVIII - Room 220: Privacy for Governmental Identity Management Systems (Eleni Kosta)

Joseph Adjei. Implementing a Successful Privacy-enhancing Identity Management Systems

Harald Zwingelberg and Marit Hansen. Privacy Protection  Goals and Their Application to eID Systems

12:10 - 13:10 - Room 204: Panel on Future Research Challenges (Simone Fischer-Hubner)

Alessandro Armando, David Chadwick, Marit Hansen, Riitta Hellman,  Eleni Kosta, Gregory Neven, and Charles Raab

13:10 - Room 204: Summing up, Best Student Paper Award and Closing Session