Demystifying Privacy by Design

August 2013
Topics: Information Privacy
Stuart S. Shapiro, The MITRE Corporation
Julie N. Snyder, The MITRE Corporation
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"Privacy by Design," or PbD, is a systematic process for defining and implementing requirements for addressing privacy risks within the systems engineering life cycle. Privacy requirements ultimately must be defined with sufficient precision that they can be readily translated into implementable system functionality and properties. Additionally, there must be a risk-driven process must be supported by a sufficiently comprehensive risk model. This presentation uses Google's Street View as a case study.​


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