• How to Implement Privacy Engineering Into Your Organisation

    Join BigID and Privitar for the launch of our very first London Engineering Privacy Meetup event on July 3rd. Why You Should Attend: 1) Connect with data scientists, developers, product managers, technical program managers, architects, user experience / designers, system test & integration engineers, and other technologists with responsibilities for and/or interest in implementing privacy into their organisation's product and service development processes; 2) Learn how your technical teams can embed privacy and data protection requirements into your organisation; 3) Share your own stories and ask questions to peers over good food & libations; and 4) Help us grow this burgeoning local community of technical privacy enthusiasts. What You Will Learn: BigID's Debra J. Farber, Sr. Director, Privacy Strategy, will discuss: - Who has responsibility for privacy engineering; - Where privacy engineering complements privacy-by-design (PbD) principles to systemise and generalise privacy; - How privacy engineering is evolving and formalising as a discipline and what is next; and - Why engineering privacy into a organisation takes more than engineers. Privitar's Federico Benedetto, Product Manager, will share: - The importance of following a formalised PbD strategy; - De-identification strategy, techniques, and considerations; and - How your tech teams can implement privacy requirements into the software development lifecycle and across engineering teams. AGENDA: 6pm-6:30pm - Networking, food, & drink 6:30pm - 7:00pm - "The Advent of Privacy Engineering," Debra Farber, Sr. Director, Privacy Strategy at BigID 7:00pm - 7:30pm - "Privacy by Design and Agile Development," Federico Benedetto, Product Manager at Privitar 7:30 - 8:00pm - Q&A & networking Thank you to Privitar for hosting this month's SF Engineering Privacy Meetup! If you are interested in speaking at a future event, please email Debra Farber at [masked].