Webinar: Privacy Threat Modeling

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About this webinar

SECO-Institute opens the virtual door to our international alumni community, exchange ideas, evaluate the good, the bad and the ugly, challenge the status quo, and share lessons learned.

Today we welcome Kim Wuyts, manager cybersecurity and privacy at PwC Belgium, driving force behind KU Leuven’s LINDDUN Privacy Threat Modeling Framework and co-author of the Threat Modeling Manifesto.

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Privacy Threat Modeling

While threat modeling has been adopted widely in cybersecurity, privacy threat modeling is still a relatively new concept for most professionals. During her talk, Kim will explain how to apply threat modeling to identify and mitigate privacy threats early in the development lifecycle and help build privacy into the system’s core. She will debunk the myth that privacy equals confidentiality and that privacy conflicts with cybersecurity (and that privacy will strenghten security when done right). She will explain how to build on and leverage your existing security TM- activities and guide you into your first steps into the art and practices of privacy threat modeling.

About Kim Wuyts

Kim Wuyts is manager cybersecurity and privacy at PwC Belgium. She was a senior privacy researcher at the imec-DistriNet research group at KU Leuven (Belgium). She has more than 15 years of experience in security and privacy engineering and is one of the driving forces behind LINDDUN, a privacy threat modeling framework. Kim is also co-author of the Threat Modeling Manifesto, program co-chair of the International Workshop on Privacy Engineering (IWPE), and a member of ENISA’s working group on Data Protection Engineering.

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  • Date: 27-02-2024
  • Starts at: 13:00


13h00: Welcome — Wim Stoffelen, SECO-Institute (NL)

13h05: Privacy Threat Modeling — Kim Wuyts (BE)

13h30: Q&A Session — Kim Wuyts, Wim Stoffelen & Audience

13h50: Closing remarks and next webinars — Wim Stoffelen