Wiki for Privacy Standards and Privacy Projects

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Objective of this Wiki

The objective of this Wiki is to be a tool allowing stakeholders interested in privacy engineering and standardisation to find resources and to identify and seek harmonisation and convergence opportunities.


Privacy standards

Privacy engineering projects

Reports, Events, Presentations

More info on privacy standards
  • The ISO, International Organization for Standardisation, has standards on e.g. Privacy Engineering or BigData
  • The OpenID Foundation is a non-profit international standardization organization and has Workingroups regarding e.g. privacy and health related data
  • The OASIS, Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, is e.g. working on Standards for Privacy Management Reference Model and Methodology.
  • The W3C Activities, World Wide Web Consortium, has a privacy group working e.g. on Tracking Protection.
More info on privacy engineering projects.
  • The CREDENTIAL project's goal is to enable end-to-end security and improved privacy in cloud identity management services for managing secure access control.
  • The DNT Guide aims at helping website owners to implement the Do Not Track (DNT) standard.
  • With the PARIS project sets out to define and demonstrate a methodological approach for the development of a surveillance infrastructure which enforces the right of citizens for privacy, justice and freedom.
  • PDP4E connects privacy engineering with model driven engineering tools.
  • The mission of PRIPARE is to facilitate the application of a privacy and security-by-design methodology and to foster a risk management culture through educational material.
  • The PRISMACLOUD produces tools to enable end-to-end security and thus allowing users to protect their privacy by cryptographic means.
  • The Privacypatterns project provides building blocks for developers to advance privacy and data protection by design.
  • The privacy framework project from NIST will be a voluntary tool for organizations to better identify, assess, manage, and communicate about privacy risks so that individuals can enjoy the benefits of innovative technologies with greater confidence and trust
  • Signatu provides a service for companies to MAP their data processing activities, to create privacy policies and to track their users consent or consent withdrawal.
More info on reports, events, presentations
  • Multiple institutions have worked on Guidelines for Privacy and Data Protection Impact Assessments.
  • Privacy related Events: see past and upcoming events in Europe


IPEN members can register to this Wiki as contributors (i.e. providing information and comments on privacy standards activities). If you wish to contribute please read the Rules for Contribution.

Contact Antonio Kung to become a contributor.

More on IPEN - Internet Privacy Engineering Network

The purpose of IPEN ( is to bring together developers and data protection experts with a technical background from different areas in order to launch and support projects that build privacy into everyday tools and develop new tools which can effectively protect and enhance our privacy.

During the IPEN workshop held in Leuven on June 5th 2015, it was agreed that the IPEN community would benefit from the creation of a repository of information on activities related to privacy engineering initiatives and standards. The wiki was further extended in 2016 to cover privacy engineering projects

Sponsors and Support

This Wiki is sponsored by TRIALOG and supported by the PRIPARE project

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