An increasing number of organizations require well-trained privacy engineers. In this article, Dr. Lorrie Faith Cranor and Dr. Norman Sadeh identify the marked gaps in education for privacy engineers. However, they also provide a way forward: “MSIT-PE is a one-year program designed for computer scientists and engineers who want to pursue careers as privacy engineers [...]
In this episode, the Commissioner discusses the rapidly growing and exclusive Privacy by Design Ambassador program.
This week, the Globe & Mail published an article entitled “‘Big Data’ has enough ones to justify privacy zeros” arguing that privacy and big data can not be achievable together. Commissioner Cavoukian strongly disagreed and composed the following letter to the editor: The notion that privacy must be sacrificed in favour of health research and analysis is a false [...]
In this episode, the Commissioner discusses recent polls which has shown Canadians are increasingly concerned about their online privacy.
Mari Frank, host of Privacy Piracy, recently welcomed Commissioner Cavoukian to her radio show. Their discussion delved deep into the Commissioner’s views on privacy, the Smart Grid and protecting personal information in the health care system. To listen to the interview click here