PRIPARE

Project Overview


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The mission of PRIPARE is twofold: facilitate the application of a privacy and security-by-design methodology that will contribute to the advent of unhindered usage of Internet against disruptions, censorship and surveillance, support its practice by the ICT research community to prepare for industry practice; foster risk management culture through educational material targeted to a diversity of stakeholders.

Project Implementation


PRIPARE consists of a consortium of 11 partners with strong links with the privacy community (data protection authorities and policy makers, privacy advocacy organisations, technology, engineering). In order to prepare for the longer term adoption by industry, a representative advisory board is also set up. The project duration is 24 months. TSSG is leading WP2 on privacy best practices.

Key Objectives


PRIPARE will:

  • specify a privacy and security-by-design software and systems engineering methodology, using the combined expertise of the research community and taking into account multiple viewpoints (advocacy, legal, engineering, business),
  • prepare best practices material (guidelines, instructions, patterns, success stories) for the development and implementation of products and services of ICT-based systems and use-cases in the area of cloud computing, mobile services and the management of cyber incidents,
  • support FP7 and Horizon 2020 research projects through training workshops and practical support in applying PRIPARE best practices in their environment,
  • provide educational material on approaches for risk management of privacy and create awareness on the need for risk management culture among users. Material consistent with PRIPARE methodology will be structured in a modular way in order to fit to different target audiences (policy makers, users, ICT students and professional),
  • identify gaps and provide recommendations on privacy and security-by-design practices, support of unhindered usage of Internet and on the creation of a risk management culture. A research agenda will be proposed.

Funding


EU FP7.

Contact


For more info see PRIPARE Website: http://pripareproject.eu/

TSSG contacts:

Jim Clarke: jclarke@tssg.org

Hisain Elshaafi: helshaafi@tssg.org