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The Fundamentals of Privacy Engineering

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Privacy is rmly rooted in the legal domain, which has signi -
cant problems when systems that process data and information are
constructed as the semantics of the legal domain do not match the
semantics of the engineering domain. This talk will examine how
this semantic gap is bridged through ontological and data
ow means.
Furthermore we also touch on the subject of cultural change from the
engineering perspective such that privacy engineering draws from ex-
periences and lessons present in the safety-critical domains such as
aviation and medicine.

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The Fundamentals of Privacy Engineering

  1. 1. The Fundamentals of Privacy Engineering Ian Oliver, Bell Labs, Finland A Lecture at the University of Iowa Thursday April 21, 2016, Abstract Privacy is firmly rooted in the legal domain, which has signifi- cant problems when systems that process data and information are constructed as the semantics of the legal domain do not match the semantics of the engineering domain. This talk will examine how this semantic gap is bridged through ontological and data flow means. Furthermore we also touch on the subject of cultural change from the engineering perspective such that privacy engineering draws from ex- periences and lessons present in the safety-critical domains such as aviation and medicine. 1

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