2nd VideoSense Privacy-By-Design Cluster Workshop
Cyber-Physical Multimedia Analytics Systems
Brussels Novotel Grand Palace, 20th June 2014, 09.30-17.30
This 2nd clustering workshop on Privacy-by-Design of socio-ethical and privacy-preserving video-analytics offers an opportunity for exchange of insights arising from the research conducted worldwide on aspects of privacy-respecting design of ICT systems. In particular it concerns the embedding of socio-ethically reflective practice in the design of video/data-analytics systems. This is to support accountable and self-regulating technical, organisational and operational architectures for the design and deployment of video surveillance systems.
Participation in the workshop is free and shall be open to all researchers and practitioners with an active interest in the domain such as those working on projects funded under the security research programme and representatives from policing and security agencies as well as researchers with a legal, ethics and social science perspective, and, data protection practitioners.
Contributions to the programme by way of presentations describing on-going research and/or acting as discussant on any relevant topics are welcome. The workshop is expected to feature 8 presentations each of a duration of 1-hour maximum including Q&A and discussions. Topics of interest take in all areas with a Privacy-by-Design focus, including the interplay of influences arising from the relevant legal, ethical, societal and technological systems-of-systems that have an upstream or downstream effect on the social and individual perspectives on privacy and how this is valued and can be safeguarded as well as how this could be best achieved in practice.
This should include techniques of secure networked media access, storage and transmission with privacy protection and mitigation technologies as well as perspectives on Privacy Risks Impact Assessment. This should lead to a deeper understanding of ways and means whereby privacy-respecting compliance can best be aided through a contexts-and-consequences aware approach to privacy-preserving responsibilities of the monitoring systems and their governance.
Session Co-Chairs: Atta Badii, Touradj Ebrahimi, Ebroul Izquierdo, Thomas Sikora, Christian Fedorczak, Ivo Keller, Diego Fernandez Vazquez
Programme Committee: Volker Eiselein, Pavel Korshunov, Leon Hempel, Jens Halterlein, Tomas Piatrik, Ahmad Al-Obaidi, Lucas Teixeira, Tobias Senst, Panagiota Antonakaki