SecAppDev 2020 Lecture Details

Privacy threat modeling using LINDDUN

Kim Wuyts
Monday March 9, 11:00 - 12:30
Short description

Privacy by design is important. Learn about privacy threats and how to systematically identify them in software architectures.

Abstract

Privacy by design goes beyond the quick fixes that are typically associated with it (e.g. consent for newsletters) and requires a thorough upfront analysis of potential privacy issues in the system. LINDDUN privacy threat modeling can aid the analyst in this process to systematically elicit and mitigate privacy threats in software architectures.

In this session, we will introduce key privacy concepts and threat modeling basics and provide a first acquaintance with the LINDDUN threat modeling framework and the LINDDUN GO toolkit.

Key takeaway

Key privacy issues and how to systematically identify them in a software architecture

Content level

Introductory

Target audience

Anyone designing, developing or securing software systems

Prerequisites

None


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Kim Wuyts

Kim Wuyts

Postdoctoral researcher, imec-DistriNet, KU Leuven

Kim Wuyts is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Computer Science at KU Leuven (Belgium). She has more than 10 years of experience in security and privacy in software engineering. Kim is one of the main forces behind the development and extension of LINDDUN, a privacy-by-design framework that provides systematic support to elicit and mitigate privacy threats in software systems.

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