The Conference on Privacy and Data Protection in Brussels is every year a go-to event to hear interesting talks by, and meet with, privacy experts in the field. The mix of academics, industry professionals, policy makers, etc. makes it a very inspiring venue.
Kim Wuyts had the pleasure to join the panel on Building Privacy Foundations Today for Tomorrow’s Tech, organized by NIST to celebrate the launch of their privacy framework. She talked about privacy threat modeling and LINDDUN GO and how it relates to the NIST privacy framework.
For those who could not attend CPDP: the recording of this panel (and many others) are available online. Check it out if you want to hear more about NIST's privacy framework and privacy risk assessment in general, including privacy threat modeling and LINDDUN GO.