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  1. 1. PRIVACY-BY-DESIGN Built-in Privacy Protection Inevitable And Making Open Data Feasible Dr. John Borking Of counsel CMS Derks Star Busmann. & elaw Researcher University Leiden25-2-2013 ePSI Warsaw 1
  2. 2. That’s me ≠ I am personal data • Dr. J. J. Borking * 1945 - Director /Owner Borking Consultancy Wassenaar Netherlands • Of counsel Privacy-by-Design Law firm CMS Derks Star Busmann in Utrecht • EU/ CEN/ NR Researcher & Researcher e-Law University of Leiden • Arbitrator/ Mediator SGOA (ADR- ICT) • Former Privacy Commissioner & Board Member Dutch Data Protection Authority & Former Board member Gaming & Lotteries Authority • Senior Counsel Europe Xerox Corp25-2-2013ePSI Warsaw 2
  3. 3. WHAT IS PRIVACY BY DESIGN?• Article 23 of the Draft Regulation requires “data protection by design” and “data protection by default”. (DPbD is applauded as a core innnovation of reform (Albrecht Report 2012/011 (COD))• Privacy or Data protection or Compliance-by-Design?• Having regard to the state of art and the cost of implementation, the controller shall, both at the time of the determination of the means for processing and at the time of the processing itself, implement appropriate technical and organizational measures and procedures in such a way that the processing will meet the requirements of this Regulation and ensure the protection of the rights of the data subject.• The controller shall implement mechanisms for ensuring that, by default, only those personal data are processed which are necessary for each specific purpose of the processing and are especially not collected or retained beyond the minimum necessary for those purposes, both in terms of the amount of the data and the time of their storage. In particular, those mechanisms shall ensure that by default personal data are not made accessible to an indefinite number of individuals. 25-2-2013 ePSI Warsaw 3
  4. 4. WHAT IS PRIVACY BY DESIGN?The objective is: “Privacy assurance must ideally become an organization’s default mode of operation (…) by deploying PETs (…) extending to a trilogy of encompassing applications: 1. IT systems; 2. Accountable business practices; 3.Physical design and networked infrastructure.” http://www.ipc.on.ca/images/Resources/7 foundational principles.pdf25-2-2013 ePSI Warsaw 4
  5. 5. WHAT IS PRIVACY BY DESIGN?• WP 168 The Future of Privacy p.13: The application of such principle would emphasize the need to implement privacy enhancing technologies (PETs), privacy by default settings and the necessary tools to enable users to better protect their personal data (e.g. access controls, encryption).• Achieving transparency and opacity25-2-2013 ePSI Warsaw 5
  6. 6. PRIVACY BY DESIGN -WHAT IS IT? INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PRIVACY SUPPORTING ARCHITECTURE PRIVACY ENHANCING TECHNOLOGIESDESIGN ORGANIZATION EXPERIENCEGUIDED BY OF PRIVACY,PRIVACY PRIVACY SUPPORTING BUSINESSES ESSENTIALPRINCIPLES & PROCESSES & PIAs FOR PRIVACY,AND VALUES MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FOR TRUST AND PRIVACY ADOPTION M. Van Lieshout PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT Stimulerende en PRIVACY SUPPORTING ORGANIZ- remmende factoren van Privacy by Design ATION OF PHYSICAL SPACES in Nederland (2012) 25-2-2013 ePSI Warsaw 6
  7. 7. ONE EXAMPLE OF PbD: The Identity Protector as Design PatternUSER PID 1KNOWN PID 2 THE IDENTITY PROTECTOR (IDP) PID nIDENTITY DOMAIN PSEUDO IDENTITY DOMAIN Borking J., Der Identity-Protector, in DatenschutzePSI Warsaw und Datensicherheit (DuD) 1996, 11 7
  8. 8. ONE PRACTICAL EXAMPLE OF PbD: Hospital Information System Hospital Information System Basic tables with Pseudo Identities & ID Domains patient caretaker seq_patient Care relation seq_caretaker patient_number seq_care relation crt_number nac seq_patient crt_name pid_caretaker date_from date_till Van Blarkum No links 1997 & between Borking, 2010 tables due admission to IDP seq_admission pid_carerelation date_from date_till anamnesis medication etc notes seq_anamnesis seq_medication seq_etc seq_notes seq_admission seq_admission seq_admission seq_admission pid_caretaker pid_caretaker pid_caretaker pid_caretaker details details details text 25-2-2013ePSI Warsaw 8
  9. 9. HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEM ID Domain 3 till n for research and open data purposes patient Care relation seq_patient Care relation Care taker patient_number seq_patient seq_care -taker nac pid_care taker crt_number date_from crt_name date_till ID domain 1 ID domain 2 Pseudo domain admission 3 till n seq_admission pid_care taker date_from date_till anamnesis medication etc notes seq_anamnesis seq_medication seq_etc seq_notes seq_admission seq_admission seq_admission seq_admission pid_ care taker pid_ zcare taker pid_ care taker pid_ care taker details details details text25-2-2013 9
  10. 10. PROBLEMS FOR PRIVACY BY DESIGN • PbD is done mostly without a proper privacy risk analysis up front (PIA) ( J.J. Borking, Privacy Law is Code 2010) • The translation of PbD (the legal specs +) into actual designs of systems is done by example. Therefore, everybody is free to postulate a particular design (process) as “Privacy or Data Protection by Design” (Van Rest Designing Privacy by Design 2012) • On top of that, actual implementation is confronted with difficulties such as lack of economic incentives, transparency of systems, legacy systems, and lack of adoption by organizations/end-users and consumers in PbD. ( J.J. Borking, Privacy Law is Code 2010) 25-2-2013 ePSI Warsaw 10
  11. 11. HOW FURTHER?• Do we let each designing party (industry and government) decide per case or product line what PbD means (an evolutionary approach? Each different party implements PbD in its own way), (Van Rest Designing Privacy by Design 2012) or• As we don’t know enough of and cannot leave it to (behavioral) economics, that urgently justifies the need for EU Commission/ government/ data protection authority (DPA) involvement,• “to adopt delegated acts (…) for the purpose of specifying any further criteria and requirements for appropriate measures and mechanisms referred to in paragraph 1 and 2 ( of article 23 GDPR), in particular for data protection by design requirements applicable across sectors, products and services.• The Commission may lay down technical standards for the requirements laid down in paragraph 1 and 2) 25-2-2013 ePSI Warsaw 11
  12. 12. RECOMMENDATIONS• PbD: No one-size-fits-all solution (Van Rest Designing Privacy by Design 2012) • We need a toolbox with PIA, Privacy Design Patterns, PETs, PMS and design processes (Waterfall etc.) • Validate (use of) PbD-toolbox via design processes • We do need the collection of and publication of concrete examples to learn from and collect and create metrics for the consequences of PbD• PbD: Should facilitate certification of [product, production process, design], like certificates from EuroPrise & Certification should proof the presence of PbD (a sine qua non)• Adoption of PbD should be promoted strongly by the DPA & Behavioural Economics on Privacy should be researched 25-2-2013 ePSI Warsaw 12
  13. 13. QUESTIONS ? THANK YOU25-2-2013ePSI Warsaw 13

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