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Subject: PROPOSED AGENDA - PbD-SE TC - 20 February 2013

Privacy by Design Documentation for Software Engineers (PbD-SE) TC
20 February 2013, 1:30-2:30 PM EST / 19.30-20.30 CET

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Please see the attached Draft Agenda document for APPENDIX A, B and C.

1. Call to Order 

2. New Business / Approval of Agenda 

3. Approval of Previous Meeting Minutes 


4. Usage of Google Sites wiki at https://sites.google.com/site/pbdsewiki/

5. Proposed Committee Work Plan (Appendix A)

6. Discuss PbD Principle #2: Privacy as the Default Setting (Appendix B)

7. Review of privacy engineering guidance and information resources/tools (Appendix C)

8. Assignment of Roles/Activities 

9. Adjourn



Gershon Janssen
PbD-SE TC Meeting
09 January 2013, 01:30pm to 02:30pm EST

1. Roll call, Agenda review

Meeting Attendees:

Ann Cavoukian
Gershon Janssen
Dawn Jutla
Sander Fieten
Darrell O'Donnell
Patrick Pyette
Stuart Shapiro
Aaron Temin
Michael Willett
Kevin McDonald

This meeting quorates.

Agenda was adopted.

2. Approval of Minutes – Dec 5, 2012

URL: https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/document.php?document_id=47837&wg_abbrev=pbd-se

Gershon moves to approve the minutes of the December 5, 2012 meeting. Seconded by Dawn. Motion approved by unanimous consent.

3. Discussion of a proposal for international UML Asset Collection from Healthcare to help map PbD principles to privacy controls/processes/services and then to UML specifications

- Paper NIST 800-53 Appendix J’s AR-7 was highlighted. Very solid and fits nicely with our work; provides for good guidance.

- Dawn talks the committee through the proposal that was distributed beforehand:

URL: https://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/pbd-se/201301/msg00002.html

- Kevin notes he would like to start with a health use case; it allows us to look at the individual’s perspective

- Ann like the idea of the user's / individual's perspective

- Michael notes the PMRM reference fits in great; the PMRM document is out for Public Review

URL to PMRM work: https://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/pbd-se/201301/msg00003.html

- Patrick notes he can help by providing relevant links and documents to the TC as starting points

Next step:

- We should develop a work plan / roadmap

- Ann proposed to work from the 2nd principle of privacy: 'Privacy as the Default Setting'. Try to figure out things that are not policy related, but how to create systems and environment that allow a policy to be implemented. Focus on a particular set to start with as to how software engineer can implement privacy as a default setting. This is one of 7 pbd's; once going through one, known what the process is for the others.

- Ann's team will start to work on this and provide a framework for discussion before the next call.

- Members are encouraged to think about what they are able to take on and provide the Chair with ideas on how to proceed.

4. Volunteer assignments


5. Other Business

* TC Collaboration Tool:

- The TC agrees on using Google Docs / Sites as a collaboration space for informal sharing of documents amongst its members, though keeping the OASIS tools as the official ones.

6. Adjournment

Next call: Feb 6, 2013 @ 1.30 EST
Meeting Adjourned.

Attachment: DRAFT AGENDA - OASIS PBD SE TC Feb 20.doc
Description: MS-Word document

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