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Securing North America’s Power Grid. Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Ontario information and privacy commissioner Mark Fabro CISSP, CISM, President and Chief Security Scientist, Lofty Perch, Inc. Moderator: Angela Moscaritolo, reporter, SC Magazine.

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Securing north america s power grid

Securing North America’s Power Grid

Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Ontario information and privacy commissioner

Mark Fabro CISSP, CISM, President and Chief Security Scientist, Lofty Perch, Inc.

Moderator: Angela Moscaritolo, reporter, SC Magazine


Privacy by design the gold standard for protecting privacy on the smart grid

Privacy by Design:The Gold Standard for Protecting Privacy on the Smart Grid

Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D.,

Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario


Privacy by design the trilogy of applications
Privacy by Design:The Trilogy of Applications

Information Technology

Accountable

Business Practices

Physical Design

& Infrastructure


Privacy by design the 7 foundational principles
Privacy by Design:The 7 Foundational Principles

  • Proactive not Reactive: Preventative not Remedial;

  • Privacy as the Default;

  • Privacy Embedded into Design;

  • FullFunctionality: Positive-Sum, not Zero-Sum;

  • End-to-End Security: Lifecycle Protection;

  • Visibility and Transparency;

  • Respect for User Privacy: Keep it User Centric.

www.ipc.on.ca/images/Resources/7foundationalprinciples.pdf


Positive sum model
Positive-Sum Model

Change the paradigm

from a zero-sum to

a “positive-sum” model:

Create a win-win scenario,

not an either/or

involving unnecessary trade-offs

and false dichotomies


The issue privacy and the smart grid
The Issue: Privacy and the Smart Grid

Images – Toronto Star/Shutterstock – May 12, 2010

Increase in the granular collection, use and disclosure of personal energy information;

Data linkage of personally identifiable information with energy use;

Creation of an entirely new “library” of personal information. (Elias Quinn, 2009)


Home: The Most Private of Places

CEUD: Consumer Energy Usage Data = PII

Images – Toronto Star/Shutterstock – May 12, 2010


Working with our utilities
Working With our Utilities

  • Our utilities recognized the importance of privacy, right from the outset;

  • Utilities understood that Privacy by Design was the best way to achieve strong data protection;

  • Worked together to jointly develop Best Practices for the Smart Grid – laying a clear path forward.

To hear this in their own words, go tohttp://www.privacybydesign.ca/events/speakers-at-pbd-events/page/3/and see Hydro One’s video



Adoption of “Privacy by Design” Resolution

Landmark Resolution Passed to Preserve the Future of Privacy

By Anna Ohlden – October 29th 2010 - http://www.science20.com/newswire/landmark_resolution_passed_preserve_future_privacy

TORONTO, October 29, 2010 /PRNewswire – A landmark resolution by Ontario's Information and Privacy Commissioner, Dr. Ann Cavoukian, was approved by international Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Jerusalem today at their annual conference.

The resolution recognizes Commissioner Cavoukian's concept of Privacy by Design - which ensures that privacy is embedded into new technologies and business practices, right from the outset - as an essential component of fundamental privacy protection.

Full Article:

http://www.science20.com/newswire/landmark_resolution_passed_preserve_future_privacy


Adoption of privacy by design resolution
Adoption of “Privacy by Design” Resolution

October, 2010 – regulators from around the world gathered at the annual assembly of International Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Jerusalem, Israel, and unanimously passed a landmark resolution recognizing Privacy by Design as an essential component of fundamental privacy protection:

Encourage the adoption of the principles of PbD as part of an organization’s default mode of operation;

Invite Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners to promote PbD, foster the incorporation if its 7 Foundational Principles in privacy policy and legislation in their respective jurisdictions, and encourage research into PbD.


Coming soon new ipc smart grid publications
Coming Soon:New IPC Smart Grid Publications

Smart Grid Privacy by Design: A European Perspective, with Dr. Alexander Dix, Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, Berlin, Germany;

Operationalizing Privacy by Design: An Ontario Smart Grid Case Study with Hydro One, IBM, GE and Telvent – relating to the Ontario Smart Grid pilot project (due January, 2011).


How to contact us

How to Contact Us

Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D.

Information & Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

2 Bloor Street East, Suite 1400

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

M4W 1A8

Phone: (416) 326-3948 / 1-800-387-0073

Web: www.ipc.on.ca

E-mail: [email protected]

For more information on Privacy by Design, please visit:www.privacybydesign.ca


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