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The objective of this page is to provide a high-level view of activities related to privacy standards in ISO

Most projects are developed within ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27. More info can be found on in the SC27 portal:

Note that the portal will in general contain more information than in this wiki, which focuses mainly on work carried out in ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27/WG5.The convenor is Kai Rannenberg, and the vice convenor is Jan SchallaböckWG5 regularly publishes a document a standing document (SG1) on WG5 roadmap. It can be found in [1]

Some of the projects are also carried out in ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27/WG4.The convenor is Johann Amsenga, and the vice convenor is François Lorek

One project is carried out ​within ISO PC317. The convenor is Jan Schallaböck. ISO PC317 focuses on the development of ISO 31700 (Consumer protection: privacy by design for consumer goods and services)

Some conventions on ISO standards

The important things to know concerning ISO standards steps:

  • SP: Study period
  • NWIP: New Work Item Proposal
  • NP: New Work Item
  • WD: Working Draft
  • CD: Committee Draft
  • DIS: Draft International Standard
  • FDIS: Final Draft International Standard
  • IS: International Standard
Technical report
  • SP: Study period
  • NWIP: New Work Item Proposal
  • NP: New Work Item
  • PDTR: Proposed Draft Technical Report
  • DTR: Draft Technical Report
  • TR: Technical Report
Technical specification
  • SP: Study period
  • NWIP: New Work Item Proposal
  • NP: New Work Item
  • PDTS: Proposed Draft Technical Specification
  • DTS: Draft Technical Specification
  • Technical Specification


Progress is finalised in plenary meetings (taking place every 6 months).

Here is a list of meetings that took place or that will take place in SC27.

  • April 7-15, 2014 Hong Kong
  • Oct 20-24, 2014 Mexico City, Mexico
  • May 4-12, 2015 Kuching, Malaysia
  • Oct 26-30, 2015 Jaipur, India
  • April 11-15, 2016  Tampa, USA
  • Oct 23 (sunday) - 27 (thursday), 2016, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • April 18-22, 2017, Hamilton, New Zealand
  • Oct 30- Nov 3, 2017,  Berlin, Germany
  • April, 16-20 Wuhan, China
  • Sept 30 - Oct 4 - Gjovik, Norway
  • April 1-5, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • October 14-18, Paris, France
  • Possibly in Russia

ISO 31700 is dealt with in another committee (PC317). Here is a list of meetings that took place or that will take place in PC317.

  • Nov 1-2, 2018, London
  • Feb 6-8, Berlin (adhoc group)
  • May 20-23, Toronto
  • 21-22 October, in Paris (colocated with SC27)

Standards and Projects

19608 TS Guidance for developing security and privacy functional requirements based on 15408

Naruki Kai

This Technical Report provides guidance for:

  • developing privacy functional requirements as extended components based on privacy principles defined in ISO/IEC 29100 through the paradigm described in ISO/IEC 15408-2
  • selecting and specifying Security Functional Requirements (SFRs) from ISO/IEC 15408-2 to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
  • procedure to define both privacy and security functional requirements in a coordinated manner
Calendar has been moved from TR to TS

20547 IS Big data reference architecture - Part 4 - Security and privacy

Editor Jinhua Min, Xuebin Zhou
ScopeS Specifies security and privacy aspects of the big data reference architecture including governance, collection, processing, exchange, storage and identification

Is the follow-up of the NIST initiative for a big data interoperability framework. Reports are available there: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], ​[7]


1st WD provided in June 2016

2nd WD provided in May 2017

3rd WD provided in November 2017

4th WD provided in April 2018

1st CD provided in November 2018

Further to Tel-Aviv (April 2019), a 2nd CD will be provided


WG9 is working on the following

  • 20546 : big data overview and vocabulary
  • 20547 : big data reference architecture
    • Part 1: Framework and application process (TR)
    • Part 2: Use cases and derived requirements (TR)
    • Part 3: Reference architecture (IS)
    • Part 4: Security and privacy fabric (IS)
    • Part 5: Standards roadmap (TR)

Part 4 is transferred to SC27 for development, with close liaison with WG 9

[Antonio Kung] The 20547 reference architecture should be instantiated into domain specific real architectures (e.g. health, transport, energy...). 20547-4 should therefore

  • contain the generic elements that could be the starting point to derive a domain specific security and privacy fabric
  • address the 5 Vs concern (volume, velocity, variety, veracity, value)

Further to Berlin meetin, decision to change title (term fabric is removed)

20889 IS Privacy enhancing de-identification techniques

Chris Mitchell and Lionel Vodzislawsky
Scope This international standard provides a description of privacy enhancing data de-identification techniques, to be used for describing
and designing de-identification measures in accordance with the privacy principles in ISO/IEC 29100.
In particular, this International Standard specifies terminology, a classification of de-identification techniques according to their
characteristics, and their applicability for minimizing the risk of re-identification
Documentation Slides presented by Chris Mitchel during IPEN workshop (June 5th 2015): http://ipen.trialog.com/wiki/File:CM_slide_for_150605.pdf

1st WD December 2015

2nd WD June 2016

1st CD Devember 2016

2nd CD May 2017

1st DIS January 2018

FDIS August 2018

Published in November 2018


27018 IS Code of practice for protection of PII in public clouds acting as PII processors



This International Standard establishes control objectives, controls and guidelines for implementing measures to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in accordance with the privacy principles in ISO/IEC 29100 for the public cloud computing environment.

It specifies guidelines based on ISO/IEC 27002, taking into consideration the regulatory requirements for the protection of PII which might be applicable within the context of the information security risk environment(s) of a provider of public cloud services. The standard concerns public cloud only and cloud service providers acting as PII processors.

Documentation Must be purchased.  http://www.iso.org/iso/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=61498&nbsp; (preview available)

1st published in 2014

ISO/IEC JTC 1, Information technology, Subcommittee SC 27, IT Security techniques

27030 IS Security and Privacy for the Internet of Things

Faud Khan, Koji Nakao, Antonio Kung, Luc Poulin

This document provides guidelines on risks, principles and controls for security and privacy of Internet of Things (IoT).


Started in Wuhan April 2018

1st WD provided in June 2018

2nd WD provided in November 2018

Further to Tel Aviv (April 2019) a 3rd further draft will be provided


Follow up of

  • SP Privacy guidelines for IoT (WG5)
  • SP Security guidelines for IoT (WG4)
  • SP Security and privacy guidelines for IoT (WG4 with participation of WG5)

27045 IS Big Data Security and Privacy - Processes

Xiaoyuan Bai - Alastair Walker - Hongru Zhu

This document defines process reference, assessment and maturity models for the domain of big data security and privacy. These models are focused on process architecture and the processes used to achieve big data security and privacy, most specifically on the maturity of those processes.

The processes include a set of indicators of process performance and process capability.The indicators are used as a basis for collecting the objective evidence that enables an assessor to assign ratings. These processes are described in different terms, such as process purpose, outcomes, activities and tasks


1st WD was provided in January 2019

Further to Tel Aviv (April 2019) a 2nd WD will be provided


Is a WG4 project

27550 TR Privacy engineering for system lifecycle processes

Antonio Kung, Mathias Reinis

This technical report provides privacy engineering guidelines that are intended to help organisations integrate recent advances in privacy engineering into their engineering practices:

  • it describes the relationship between privacy engineering and other engineering viewpoints (system engineering, security engineering, risk management);
  • it describes privacy engineering activities in key engineering processes such as knowledge management, risk management, requirement analysis, architecture design;

The intended audience includes engineers and practitioners who are involved in the development, implementation or operation of systems that need privacy consideration, as well as managers in organisations responsible for privacy, development, product management, marketing, and operations


1st WD provided in January 2017

2nd WD provided in June 2017

1st PDTR provided in January 2018

2nd PDTR provided in June 2018

Further to Gjovik (October 2018) will go for publication


[Antonio Kung]

  • Follows ISO/IEC 15288 Systems and software engineering -- System life cycle processes
  • Integrats majore results from NIST 8062, CNIL PIA, ULD proposal on privacy protection goals (unlinkability, transparency, intervenabilty), LINDDUN threat analysis and mitigation taxonomy, Radboud university design strategies

27551 IS Requirements for attribute-based unlinkable entity authentication

Nat Sakimura, Jaehoon Na, Pascal Pailler

This International Standard


  • Defines a framework including terms, entity roles and interactions for attribute-based unlinkable entity authentication, and
  • Specifies requirements for attribute-based unlinkable entity authentication implementations.

  This International Standard is applicable to any information system that performs attribute-based unlinkable entity authentication


1st WD provided in April 2017

2nd WD provided in Dec 2017

3rd WD provided in July 2018

4th WD provided in February 2019

Further to the Tel Aviv meeting, 27551 will move to first CD


27552 IS Extension to ISO/IEC 27001 privacy management - Requirements

Alan Shipman, Oliver Weissmann, Srinivas Poosarla, Heung Youl Youm

This document specifies requirements and provides guidance for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving a Privacy Information Management System (PIMS) in the form of an extension to ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27002 for privacy management within the context of the organization.

In particular, this document specifies PIMS-related requirements and provides guidance for PII controllers and PII processors holding responsibility and accountability for PII processing.

This document is applicable to all types and sizes of organizations, including public and private companies, government entities and not-for-profit organizations, which are PII controllers and/or PII processors processing PII within an ISMS.

Excluding any of the requirements specified in clause 5 of this document is not acceptable when an organization claims conformity to this document.


1st WD provided in April 2017

2nd WD provided in June 2017

1st CD provided in April 2018

2nd CD provided in June 2018

Further to Gjovik (October 2018) will move to DIS


27555 IS Establishing a PII delection concept in organisations


Dorotea Alessandra de Marco, Yan Sun


This document specifies the conceptual framework for deletion of PII. It gives guidelines for establishing organizational policies that embrace concepts presented by specifying:

  • a harmonised terminology for PII deletion,
  • an approach for defining deletion/de-identification rules in an efficient way,
  • a description of required documentation, and
  • a definition of roles, responsibilities and processes.

This document is intended to be used by organizations where PII and other personal data is being stored or processed. This document does not address:

  • specific legal provision, as given by national law or specified in contracts,
  • specific deletion rules for particular types of PII as are to be defined by PII controllers for processing????
  • deletion mechanisms including those for cloud storage,
  • security of deletion mechanisms,
  • specific techniques for de-identification of data.
Calendar A first CD will be provided further to the Gjovik meeting
Comments It is based on a German standard

27556 IS User-centric framework for the handling of personally identifiable information (PII) based on privacy preferences

Shinsaku Kiyomoto, Antonio Kung, Heung Youl Youm

This document presents a user-centric framework for PII handling based on privacy preferences and privacy preference administration, which

  • defines the actors and roles in the PII handling,
  • describes components, their relationships and procedures,
  • describes role and properties of a privacy preference management within a privacy information management system, and
  • provides requirements for privacy preference administration and PII handing based on privacy preference management.

Established in Gjovik (October 2018). A first WD will be provided


27570 TS Privacy Guidelines for Smart Cities

Proposed editor: Antonio Kung, Heung Youl Youm

The document takes into account a multiple agency as well as a citizen centric viewpoint, and provides guidance on how privacy standards can be used at a global level and at an organisational level for the benefit of citizens

 This document is applicable to all types and sizes of organizations, including public and private companies, government entities, and not-for-profit organizations, that provides service in the smart city environments


1st WD was provided in June 2018 further the Wuhan meeting.

2nd WD was provided in October 2018 further to the Gjovik meeting.


Follow up of SP Privacy in Smart cities

Liaison will take place with WG11 (smart cities), SC40 (IT Service Management and IT Governance), TC268 (sustainable cities and communities), EIP-SCC (European Innovation Platform - Smart Cities and Communities)

29100 IS Privacy framework


Stefan Weiss

Revision : Nat Sakimura

Scope This International Standard provides a framework for defining privacy control requirements related to personally identifiable information within an information and communication technology environment.This International Standard is designed for those individuals who are involved in specifying, procuring, architecting, designing, developing, testing, administering and operating ICT systems.
Documentation Is a free standard : see http://standards.iso.org/ittf/PubliclyAvailableStandards/index.html

In the Tampa meeting, a recommendation was made to go for a review (see below study period)

A number of limited modifications have been identified in the Abu Dhabi that will lead to an amendment work

The amended version will be available further to the Berlin meeting

29101 IS Privacy architecture framework


Stefan Weiss and Dan Bogdanov,

For revision: Nat Sakimura, Shinsaku Kiyomote


This International Standard describes a privacy architecture framework that

  1. describes concerns for ICT systems that process PII;
  2. lists components for the implementation of such systems; and
  3. provides architectural views contextualizing these components.

This International Standard is applicable to entities involved in specifying, procuring, architecting, designing, testing, maintaining, administering and operating ICT systems that process PII. It focuses primarily on ICT systems that are designed to interact with PII principals.

Documentation Must be purchased. http://www.iso.org/iso/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=45124 (preview available)
Comments Revision initiated in Berlin (November 2017)

29134 IS Guidelines for Privacy impact assessment

Editor Mathias Reinis

This Standard establishes guidelines for the conduct of privacy impact assessments that are used for the protection of personally identifiable information (PII).

It should be used by organizations that are establishing or operating programs or systems that involve the processing of PII, or that are making significant changes to existing programs or systems. This International Standard also provides guidance on privacy risk treatment options. Privacy Impact Assessments can be conducted at various stages in the life cycle of a programme or systems ranging from the prelaunch phase and decommissioning.

In particular, it will provide a framework for privacy safeguarding and specific method for privacy impact assessment.

It will be applicable to all types and sizes of organizations, including public and private companies, government entities and not-for-profit organizations and will be relevant to any staff involved in designing or implementing projects which will have an impact on privacy within an organization, including operating data processing systems and services and, where appropriate, external parties supporting such activities.

This Standard describes privacy risk assessment as introduced by ISO/IEC 29100:2011. For the basic elements of the privacy framework and the privacy principles, reference is made to ISO/IEC 29100:2011.

For principles and guidelines on risk management, reference is made to ISO 31000:2009.

Calendar Published in June 2017

29151 IS Code of Practice for PII Protection (also a ITU document - ITU-T X.1058)

Editor Heung Youl Youm, Alan Shipman

This International Standard establishes commonly accepted control objectives, controls and guidelines for implementing controls, to meet the requirements identified by a risk and impact assessment related to the protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII).

In particular, this International Standard specifies guidelines based on ISO/IEC 27002, taking into consideration the regulatory requirements for processing PII which may be applicable within the context of an organization's information security risk environment(s).

This International Standard is applicable to all types and sizes of organizations, including public and private companies, government entities, and not-for-profit organizations, which process PII, as part of their information processing.

Documentation March 3rd presentation made by editor during an informal confcall with Dawn Jutla (OASIS) and Antonio Kung (PRIPARE): http://ipen.trialog.com/wiki/File:X.gpim-29151_oasis.pdf
Calendar Published in August 2017
Comments Also an ITU reference (ITU-T X.gpim)

29184 IS Online privacy notices and consent

Nat Sakimura, Srinivas Poorsala, Jan Schallaboeck

This document is a specification for the content and the structure of online privacy notices as well as the process of requesting consent to collect and process PII from a PII principal.

This document is applicable to all situations, where a PII controller or any other entity processing PII interacts with PII principals in any online context.


1st WD provided in June 2016

2nd WD provided in April 2017

3rd WD provided in June 2017

1nd CD provided in December 2017

2nd CD provided in July 2018

Further to Gjovik (October 2018) will go for 3rd CD


initiated in Jaipur (Oct 2015)

Follows Study Period initiated in Kuching (May 2015) User friendly online privacy notice and consent

29190 IS Privacy capability assessment model

Editor Alan Shipman

This International Standard provides organizations with high-level guidance about how to assess their capability to manage privacy-related processes. In particular, it:

  • specifies steps in assessing processes to determine privacy capability;
  • specifies a set of levels for privacy capability assessment;
  • provides guidance on the key process areas against which privacy capability can be assessed;
  • provides guidance for those implementing process assessment;
  • provides guidance on how to integrate the privacy capability assessment into organizations operations
Documentation Must be purchased. http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=45269

29191 IS Requirements for partially anonymous, partially unlinkable authentication

Kazue Sako (NEC)

This International Standard defines requirements on relative anonymity with identity escrow based on the model of authentication and authorization using group signature techniques.

This document provides guidance to the use of group signatures for data minimization and user convenience.

This guideline is applicable in use cases where authentication or authorization is needed.

It allows the users to control their anonymity within a group of registered users by choosing designated escrow agents.

Documentation Must be purchased.  http://www.iso.org/iso/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=45270 (preview available)

Published in December 2012

Under pre-review

31700 IS Consumer Protection - Privacy-by-design fo consumer goods and services


Project leader: Michelle Chibba


Specification of the design process to provide consumer goods and services that meet consumers’ domestic processing privacy needs as well as the personal privacy requirements of Data Protection.

In order to protect consumer privacy the functional scope includes security in order to prevent unauthorized access to data as fundamental to consumer privacy, and consumer privacy control with respect to access to a person’s data and their authorized use for specific purposes.

The process is to be based on the ISO 9001 continuous quality improvement process and ISO 10377 product safety by design guidance, as well as incorporating privacy design JTC1 security and privacy good practices, in a manner suitable for consumer goods and services

Documentation See https://www.iso.org/standard/76402.html
  • Official start date: November 1 2018
  • First meeting: November 1-2 2018, BSI London
  • Second meeting : May 21-23, Toronto, where 1st working draft will be discussed

Note that this an ISO standards

This standard is managed by the PC 317 technical committee that will be chaired by Jan Schallaboek

On-going Study Periods

Study periods are the instruments through which new items of standardisation will be introduced. They typically last 6 months (until next meeting), or 12 months (2 meetings) after which, a NWIP (New Work Item Proposal) can be made.

Privacy consideration in practical workflows (Started in April 2018)

Leaders Mickey Cohen

The scope of this study period is to collect contributions:

(1) On workflows describing use-cases where the combination of privacy, security (including exposure period), identification quality and practical implementation need to be viewed as a whole

(2) For a merit function(s) combining the subjects into a qualitative evaluation of the privacy



Additional Privacy-Enhancing Data De-identification standards (Started in April 2018)

Leaders Malcom Townsend

This Study Period aims to analyze the challenges and risks associated with the implementation of data de-identification techniques described in ISO 20889, and provide a strategy and structured approach to the potential development of additional standards covering such potential topics such as requirements, risk analysis, codes of practice and so on.



Use case for identity assurance (Started in October 2018)


Andrew Hughes, Tony Nadalin, Patrick Curry


To compile a set of business use cases that require identity assurance, which can be analysed to produce functional requirements for identity assurance.  These functional requirements can inform the review of TS 29003 and the contents of a potential Identity Assurance Framework International Standard, and also inform the evolution of ISO/IEC 29115



Identity Standards Landscape Document Update (Started in October 2018)


Andrew Hughes, Christophe Stenuit, Kai Rannenberg


Solicit additional content for the draft Standing Document; solicit comments on the current content and structure of the draft Standing Document; discuss and make a disposition of comments; and to update the Standing Document



Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Privacy (Started in October 2018)


Antonio Kung, Srinivas Poosarla, Peter Dickman, Gurshabad Grover, Peter Deussen, Heung Your Youm, Zhao Yunwei


Establish a 12-month study period starting in October 2018 to review the emerging field of AI and assess its potential impact on privacy, and task the rapporteurs of the Study Period

  • to review the new generation of AI-based systems (autonomous systems) and identify their impact on privacy,
  • to review the new threats to privacy which AI can create,
  • to review how AI can be used by deploying improved privacy controls, and
  • to provide recommendations for standardization work.



Expected to have a strong collaboration with JTC1/SC42 Artitificial Intelligence

An intermediate report was provided in Tel-Avir

Completed Study Periods

The following study periods have been completed. 

Privacy engineering framework (Started in April 2015. Completed in April 2016)

Leaders Antonio Kung, Matthias Reinis
Objective Study the concept of privacy engineering and see whether new work items are needed
Documentation Slides presenting motivation for study period by Antonio Kung: http://ipen.trialog.com/wiki/File:PRIPARE_Proposal_Study_Period_Privacy_Engineering_Framework_2.pdf

Privacy-Preserving Attribute-based Entity Authentication (Started in October 2015. Completed in April 2016)

Leader Pascal Pailler, Nat Sakimura, Jaz Hoon Nah
  • Initiated in Jaipur (Oct 2015)
  • Replaces SP privacy-respecting identity management scheme using attribute-based credentials (outcome of the ABC4trust FP7 project: https://abc4trust.eu,, initiated in April 2014 in Hong Kong), with an extended scope
  • Completed.
  • Followed by new project : ISO/IEC 27551: Requirements for attribute-based unlinkable entity authentication (see above)

Editorial inconsistencies to 29100 (Started in April 2016. Completed in October 2016)

Leaders Nat Sakimura, Mathias Reinis, Elaine Newton

Collecting errors and correcting inconsistencies

  • Completed, has led to a draft amendment (with limited scope)

Guidelines for privacy in Internet of Things (IoT) (Started in April 2016. Completed in April 2017)

Leaders Heung Youl Youm, Srinivas Poorsala, Antonio Kung
  • assess the viability of producing guidelines for Privacy in IoT within WG5;
  • to potentially provide (a) New Work Item Proposal(s) and/or input material for existing relevant projects as a recommendation to the Working Groups 5 depending on the outcome of this assessmen



Initiated in Tampa (April 2016)

Initial contribution in Abu Dhabi (October 2016)

Conclusions in Hamilton (April 2017) led to the merging with Guidelines fot security in IoT (WG4). See new study period below on security and privacy for Internet of things.

Discussion also led to a new study period "Framework of user-centric PII handling based on privacy preference management by users"

Guidelines for security and privacy for Internet of Things (IoT) (Completed in November 2017)

Start/Duration April 2017/6 months)
Leaders Eric Hibbard, Faud Khan, Tyson Macaulay, Srinivas Poorsala
Objective prepare the materials necessary to initiate an International Standard
coming out of the SC 27 meeting in Berlin (Oct-2017)



Is an SC27/WG4 study periods involving WG4 and WG5.

Study period is completed and new work item has been proposed (https://ipen.trialog.com/wiki/ISO#New_Work_Item_Proposal_Security_and_Privacy_for_the_Internet_of_Things).

Kickoff expected in Wuhan in WG4

PII Protection considerations for smartphone app providers (Started in October 2015. Completed in April 2017)

Leader Rahul Sharma, Natarajan Swaminathan, Johan Eksteen, Sai Pradeep Chilukuri

Study mobile application ecosystems from a privacy viewpoint

Collect views of multiple stakeholders in the mobile applications space

Collect mobile apps privacy guidelines issued by various agencies

Collate a report on the findings

Potentially provide a new work item proposal


Initiated in Jaipur (October 2015)

Privacy in smart cities (Started in October 2015. Completed in November 2017)

Leaders Antonio Kung, Sanjeev Chhabra, Udbhav Tiwari

Connect with multiple stakeholders in the smart city space

Refer the existing work on smart cities

Collate information, feedback, inputs from the stakeholders and draft the guidelines

Potentially provide (a) new work item proposal(s) that can translate in guidelines


Initiated in Jaipur (October 2015)

Liaison to be established with ISO/IEC JTC1/SG1 (Smart cities) 

Presentation in Tampa (April 2016) of intermediate state

Presentation in Abu Dhabi (October 2016) of intermediate state

Presentation in Hamilton (April 2017) of intermediate state

Proposal for new work item in Berlin (Nov 2017)

Code of practice solution for different types of PII (Started in October 2016, Completed in April 2017)

Leaders Mathias Reinis, Heung Youl Youm

Study ISO/IEC FDIS 29151 and ISO/IEC IS 27018 with the objective to find a solution that is applicable for different types of PII processors, especially compatible with the needs of a SME



Terminated due to lack of contributions

Requirements and outline for ISO/IEC 29115 revision (Started in April 2017. Concluded in April 2018)

Leaders David Temoshok replacing Sal Francomacaro, Thomas Lenz, Patrick Curry, Andrew Hugues, Heung Youl Youm



Has resulted in a NWIP

Application of ISO 31000 for identify-related risk (Started in April 2017. Concluded in April 2018)

Leaders Christophe Stenuit, Joanne Knight
Objective Gather information in order to determine the viability of creating a standard providing guidance on the application of ISO 31000:2009 to assess identity-related risks


New work item proposal

Concept of PII Deletion (Started in November 2017. Concluded in April 2018)

Leaders Volker Hammer, Srinivas Poosarla, Eduard de Jong, Alan Shipman
Objective Study the potential internationalisation of national standard DIN 66398 "Guideline for development of a concept for data deletion with derivation of deletion periods for personal identifiable information"



Development of Identify standards landscape standing document (Started in  April 2018, Completed in October 2018)

Leaders Joanne Knight, Julien Bringer, Salvatore Francomacaro, Heung Youl Youm,

 Create an initial draft of a new SD that would provide:

  • The scope of the identity standards landscape
  •  Introductory content identifying the role of each existing and emerging standard within the landscape, as well as its relationship to the other landscape standards. To serve as an overarching guide to users of identity-related standards
  • A process (flow chart) for the analysis of the creation or revision of identity standards, to guide alignment
  •  A register of alignment issues that have been accepted as needing to be resolve
  • Develop a proposal for the process of maintaining the standing document that includes:



Identify assurance framework (Started in April 2017. Completed in October 2018)

Leaders Patrick Curry, Anthony Nadalin
Objective analyze the outcomes of ISO/IEC 29003 and related matters, then to determine the possible next steps towards developing an International Standard (or other mechanisms) for an Identity Assurance Framework.



Framework of user-centric PII handling based on privacy preference management by users (Started in April 2017, Completed in October 2018)


April 2017 / 18 months

Leaders Shinzaku Kiyomoto, Antonio Kung, Heung Youl Youm
Objective define frameworks of user-centric PII handling based on privacy preferences of users



Triggered by an initiative from ITU-T for such a framework applied to the IoT. See https://ipen.trialog.com/wiki/ITU_Activities#X.iotsec-3:.C2.A0Technical_framework_of_PII_.28Personally_Identifiable_Information.29_handling_system_in_IoT_environment

In Berlin (November 2017),  it was decided to consider 3 options

  • extension of 29101
  • definition of a generic model
  • defintion of specific models

In Wuhan (May 2018), it was decided to prepare a NWIP

In Gjovik (October 2018), the NWIP was finalised