Privacy is a fundamental need and a basic right. However, often it seems that the utility of electronic communication devices comes with the cost of privacy. Furthermore, civil security discussions often get the spin that there is a clear and unavoidable trade off with privacy. The academic community maintains the motion that privacy can be protected without utility or security loss. However, this is often not reflected in IT products or civil security policy. In light of the above, the European Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT), the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) and, as local host, the Systems Security Laboratory (SSL) of the University of Piraeus organizes a two day event with the objective to provide a forum to academia, industry and policy makers in the field.
The event encourages dialog with panel discussions and provides room for exchange of ideas in between the sessions. Participate to the discussions during APF days, but also by being involved online on our community channels.
The Annual Privacy Forum will take place on 20th and 21th of May 2014 during the Greek Presidency of the Council of the EU.
Forum days 20th and 21st of May 2014
Deadline for Submission Papers: 16th December 2013 - Submit HERE
Notification 3rd of February
Camera-ready 3rd of March