IDS Webi­nars on Data Pri­va­cy, Data Ethics and Open Data Spaces

1. GDPR and IDS - POSTPONED! (Details will fol­low soon)

GDPR com­pli­an­ce of an orga­ni­za­ti­on is only ful­fil­led by the imple­men­ta­ti­on of both appro­pria­te tech­ni­cal mea­su­res and appro­pria­te orga­ni­za­tio­nal mea­su­res.

By par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on of an orga­ni­za­ti­on in an IDS based eco­sys­tem, the soft­ware which imple­ments the IDS RAM can pro­vi­de the tech­ni­cal mea­su­res.

Howe­ver, the respon­si­bi­li­ty and accoun­ta­bi­li­ty with respect to GDPR com­pli­an­ce is on the part of the orga­ni­za­ti­on par­ti­ci­pa­ting in the IDS eco­sys­tem. This orga­ni­za­ti­on has to imple­ment ade­qua­te orga­ni­za­tio­nal mea­su­res for the pro­tec­tion of per­so­nal data. This set of mea­su­res may be set up based on a risk assess­ment of per­so­nal data and per­so­nal data pro­ces­sing and – if the risk level exceeds cer­tain thres­holds – a data pro­tec­tion impact assess­ment. In this Webi­nar, pro­vi­ded by Ben­ja­min Heit­man from Fraun­ho­fer FIT, you will learn more about the rela­ti­ons­hip of the IDS-RAM and GDPR.

Pre­sen­ter: Ben­ja­min Heit­mann, Fraun­ho­fer FIT

Octo­ber 25th, 2019

2. DATA ETHICS

The Awa­reness of cri­ti­cal deve­lop­ments in the digi­tal world is gro­wing, the citi­zens are losing trust into com­pa­nies to respect and pro­tect their per­so­nal data. The same fears keep the data silos in the com­pa­nies sta­ble. André Nemat, sur­ge­on and foun­der of the insti­tu­te for digi­tal trans­for­ma­ti­on in health­ca­re, sta­tes: “The ethics of the digi­tal requi­re a para­digm shift that returns data sover­eig­n­ty to tho­se who have it.” In this pod­cast style webi­nar André Nemat and Sebas­ti­an Stein­buss dis­cuss about the need for data ethics and the con­se­quen­ces.

Pre­sen­ter: Dr. André Nemat – Foun­der and Mana­ging Part­ner of the Insti­tu­te for Digi­tal Trans­for­ma­ti­on in Health­ca­re

Novem­ber 15th, 2019

10:00 AM CET

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3. OPEN DATA SPACES

A rele­vant aspect of the Inter­na­tio­nal Data Spaces eco­sys­tem is the allo­ca­ti­on and app­li­ca­ti­on of Open Data. It can be signi­fi­cant to enhan­ce data-dri­ven busi­nes­ses and many IDS use cases. The webi­nar will pre­sent prac­ti­cal gui­de­li­nes and solu­ti­ons to har­ness the full poten­ti­al of com­bi­ning Open Data and IDS in order to initia­te a short-term adop­ti­on. Alrea­dy avail­ab­le soft­ware arti­fac­ts of the IDS Open Data eco­sys­tem will be pre­sen­ted and exp­lai­ned during the webi­nar.

Plea­se see also the Posi­ti­on Paper on Open Data Spaces: here

Pre­sen­ters: Vin­cent Boh­len and Fabi­an Kirstein, Fraun­ho­fer FOKUS

Novem­ber 22nd, 2019

10:00 AM CET

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You can also dial in using your pho­ne. The list of coun­tries and the cor­re­spon­ding pho­ne num­bers have been listed below.

Access Code for the DATA ETHICS webi­nar: 431–650-045 

Access Code for the OPEN DATA SPACES webi­nar: 257–712-349 

List of pho­ne num­bers:

Aus­tra­lia: +61 2 9087 3604

Aus­tria: +43 7 2081 5427

Bel­gi­um: +32 28 93 7018

Cana­da: +1 (647) 497‑9391

Den­mark: +45 32 72 03 82

Fin­land: +358 923 17 0568

Fran­ce: +33 170 950 594

Ger­ma­ny: +49 692 5736 7317

Ire­land: +353 15 360 728

Ita­ly: +39 0 247 92 13 01

Nether­lands: +31 207 941 377

New Zea­land: +64 9 280 6302

Nor­way: +47 23 16 23 30

Spain: +34 932 75 2004

Swe­den: +46 853 527 827

Switz­er­land: +41 225 4599 78

United King­dom: +44 330 221 0088

United Sta­tes: +1 (571) 317‑3129