Video — Hangout on Privacy Engineering

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) launched a master’s degree program this year that is the first of its kind in the world. Offered jointly by CMU’s School of Computer Science and the College of Engineering, the one-year program in privacy engineering is being taught by some of the world’s leading privacy experts, including assistant professors Lorrie Cranor and Alessandro Acquisti.

 

At this year’s Privacy Identity Innovation in Seattle, conference co-founder Natalie Fonseca hosted a Google Hangout with professors Cranor and Acquisti to discuss the new  curriculum and their work on baking privacy into the design of products and systems from the outset. You can watch their conversation below.

 

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