One of the real tests for me is to take on the challenge of implementing the tools I have developed to solve real-world problems. Today, with the new EU regulation on privacy now finalized, constructing and engineering privacy solutions is a real-world problem . . . for the entire world.
I am pleased that the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering invited me to develop their first course on Privacy Engineering, to be offered in the Fall of 2016. This course is exceptional, as well, as it is being presented online and in an asynchronous format. That means all of the content is created in advance and my engagement with the students is entirely online and, largely, one-on-one as … Read More