Time: Friday, 27 January 2023, 10:30–12:00
Privacy by design is part of the larger “data protection by design” achieved by security architecture and focuses on leveraging privacy protection principles, controls along with privacy enhancing technologies into the design of information management technologies and systems. The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) makes protecting privacy and personal data a default requirement for system and service behavior of systems and services that must be thought through and designed in. Although the concept of privacy and data protection by design found its way into GDPR, the authors of the legislation acknowledged that “its concrete implementation remains un-clear”. Data provenance information, however, offers a way to meet these requirements. This presentation provides an overview of pioneering research the author conducted to combine information systems and related processing workflows with digital provenance metadata capture and processing to augment scientific reproducibility, comparison, trust or to otherwise improve information system assisted decision support.
David Lanter is an Assistant Professor of Practice and Director of the Information Technology Auditing and Cyber Security (ITACS) programs at Temple University’s Fox School since 2016. Prior to coming to Temple University, he was Vice President of Information Management Systems at CDM Smith, Research Director at Rand McNally, Software Design Engineer at Microsoft, Assistant Professor of Geography and Research Fellow at University of California – Santa Barbara, Systems Analyst at Grumman Data Systems, Software Engineer at Navigation Sciences, and President of Geographic Designs Inc. Dave earned his Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in Science, Technology and Society from Clark University, Master of Arts degree in Geographic Information System design from SUNY-Buffalo, Master of Science degree in Information Technology Auditing and Cyber Security from Temple University, and his Ph.D. in Geographic Information Processing from the University of South Carolina. He is a certified Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Dr. Lanter is a member of ISACA and ISACA’s Philadelphia Chapter where he authors and presents continuing professional education webinars and workshops. He is also a member of Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) where he serves on the faculty of URISA’s GIS Leadership Academy, instructs workshops on GIS data quality assurance and cybersecurity, and served as past chair of URISA’s Workshop Development Committee.