Attendance is free of charge, and registration is now closed. This is an in-person event. No live streaming will be available.
We are happy to host the third episode of the PEN-NL seminar.
Last year, the Privacy Engineering Network (PEN-NL) was founded by Jaap Henk Hoepman / PI.lab, as an informal group of people from academia and industry working in privacy engineering. The group will meet several times a year in an informal atmosphere to present the latest developments to each other, and also just to network.
The focus of this network will be (perhaps for the time being) on the technical perspective, but we do encourage non-technical people working in the field to join.
13:00-13:30 Walk in / coffee.
13:30 Mark Abspoel (Roseman Labs) - Hands-on privacy-preserving data processing with the Virtual Data Lake
14:15 Stan Korzilius (TU Eindhoven) - MPC protocols for sine and cosine evaluation in fixed-point arithmetic
15:00 Isabel Barbera (Rhite) - PLOT4ai: an open source Privacy Library of Threats for AI/ML
15:45 Jeroen Prinse (NCSC) - SecureNed: Privacy-preserving sharing of cyber intelligence data
16:30 - 17:00 Drinks
The third PEN-NL meeting will be hosed by Roseman Labs, at the DotSlash campus in Utrecht.
The room "Backspace" is next to restaurant "Hout & Hop" (google maps).
You can reach the Dotslash campus easily by public transport from Utrecht Centraal (bus / tram)
There is paid visitor parking on the DotSlash campus (entrance on Eendrachtlaan), and free parking on the opposite side of Europalaan (in Decimalaan etc., you can then use the pedestrian bridge to cross Europalaan).
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