14 September 2018


This provisional program may be subject to changes

(A link to a downloadable PDF shall be provided soon)

9:00 AM



Dariusz Kloza

Presentation and summary of last year’s conference


Lucien Castex and Francesca Musiani

Presentation of ISOC France’s research programs


Julien Rossi

Presentation of the conference’s topic and goal


9:15 AM

Panel 1 : Surveillance and resilience: relationships, dynamics and consequences


Richard Jones, Charles Raab and Iván Székely

Conceptualising privacy, surveillance and resilience


Commenters: Eric Rigaud, Mareile Kaufman


11:00 AM

Coffee break


11:15 AM

Panel 2 : Surveillance and resilience on the ground in post-dictatorial societies


Jelena Budak

Individual attitudes and resilience to surveillance in post-communist states


Ksenia Ermoshina

Digital annexation and its consequences: online surveillance and self-defense in the annexed Crimea


Moderator: István Böröcz


12:00 PM

Lunch break


1:00 PM

Keynote presentation by Harry Halpin


2:00 PM

Panel 3 : Cybersecurity/privacy audit, certification and standardisation: tools for privacy resilience?


Dariusz Kloza

Privacy Impact Assessments as tools for privacy resilience?


Frank Dawson

Conducting Specification Impact Assessments


Julien Rossi

Privacy in web standards for a privacy-resilient ecosystem?


3:15 PM



Guillaume Piolle

Title to be announced


Carmela Troncoso

Presentation of NEXTLEAP’s research results


Commenter: Francesca Musiani


4:30 PM

Coffee break


4:45 PM

Industry Roundtable


With the participation of several industrial partners (to be announced soon)






Cocktail – networking opportunity (until 7 PM)