This book constitutes the refereed conference proceedings of the 4th Annual Privacy Forum, APF 2016, held in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, in September 2016.
The 12 revised full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 32 submissions. The papers are organized in three sessions: eIDAS and data protection regulation; IoT and public clouds; and privacy policies and privacy risk presentation.
Stefan Schiffner is currently lecturing Computer Networks at the University of Münster. He has been a post doctoral researcher at University of Luxembourg, an expert in information security at the European Union's Cyber Security Agency (ENISA), and a post-doctoral researcher at TU Darmstadt, where he led a team of researchers on the topics of privacy and trust within the Telekooperation group. He holds a Ph.D. from KU Leuven (Topic: models for online privacy, trust and reputation) and the Degree of Diplom Informatiker from TU Dresden. His research interests focus on secure information technologies and their policy implications. This includes specifically Privacy Enhancing Technologies, computational trust, "by Design" Paradigms, and maturity and market readiness of technologies. A computer scientist by training, Stefan is an advocate for the free use of cryptographic techniques and anonymisation tools as means for individuals to exercise their right to privacy and freedom of speech.
Sébastien Ziegler serves as Chair of the Europrivacy International Board of Experts in Data Protection, as President of the IoT Forum and IoT Lab, as well as Rapporteur on Research and Emerging Technologies for the Internet of Things and for Smart Cities at the International Telecommunication Union (SG20). Sébastien has a PhD in Management from the Faculty of Economy and Management of the University of Geneva, with a focus on Information Management Systems. He has an MBA in international administration (HEC Geneva), a Master in Science on Environment, and is graduated in International Relations (IHEI), with complementary executive education at Harvard (HBS), Stanford University, UC Berkeley and EPFL. He has served as Co-Director of the Master in Advanced Studies on the Internet of Things at the University of Geneva and has coordinated several European research projects related to personal data protection and emerging technologies. He is certified expert and lead auditor for ISO/IEC 27001, Europrivacy and EuroPriSe certifications.
Adrian Quesada Rodriguez (MSc, MA.) is a project manager and Data Protection Officer at Mandat International; Assistant rapporteur for Research and Emerging Technologies for the Internet of Things and Smart cities at the International Telecommunication Union (SG29); and a member of the Europrivacy International Board of Experts. He holds Master degrees on both International Law (IHEID, Switzerland), and Telecommunications Economics (UNED, Spain) and several professional certifications on personal data protection (IAPP CIPP/E; CIPM; FIP), as well as a recognition as a Privacy by Design Ambassador by the Office of the Information and Privacy Comissioner of Ontario, Canada (2014). He is the author of a book on Data Protection on Convergent Telecommunications (for which he received the 2014 Data Protection Research Award by the Spanish Data Protection Agency). Adrian is a previous fellow of the Secretariat of the Internet Governance Forum (2013-2014), a three-time ICANN Fellow (ICANN 47, [ICANN 48]], ICANN 50), and has been a participant and scholarship holder for multiple related events (SSIG, LACIGF, etc.).