1st DTS workshop (Finished, Thanks for your participation)
Friday, 25 March 2022｜7:00-10:00 (EDT), 3hours
(Start Time 20:00- (JST), 16:30- (IST), 11:00 (UK), 4:00- (PDT))
No qualification requirement and no participation fee.
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Meeting ID: 2339 476 5841
Program Table (UTC +0)
Overview and Activity of IEEE DFESC, Opportunities and Challenges in Digital Economy
|Dr. Hui Ding/Ant Group-AntChain, Staff Standardization Engineer|
Overview of P3800 DTS
|Dr. Mano Hiroshi/Data Society Alliance (DSA), Secretary-General|
Overview of IDSA
|Mr. Sebastian Steinbuss/International Data Spaces Association(IDSA), CTO|
The W3C Data Catalog Vocabulary – DCAT
|Dr. Peter Winstanley/W3C Invited Expert of Semantic Arts, Senior Ontologist|
Compliant and responsible data sharing
|Mr. Hadleigh Graves/Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) International Limited, Director in Office of the Global General Counsel|
Discussion on policy and regulatory developments around data (both personal and non-personal)
|Ms. Shahana Chatterji/ Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, Partner in Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs|
|12:35-13:05||Discussion/Chair’s Question to the Speakers|
|13:05-13:35||Open the Floor to questions|
Short bio of Contributors
1st Introduction: Overview and Activity of IEEE DFESC, Opportunities and Challenges in Digital Economy
Dr. Hui Ding/Ant Group-AntChain, Staff Standardization Engineer
Dr. Hui Ding is secretary of IEEE DFESC, chair of P2144 WG, secretary of P2418.1 WG. She is with Ant Group-AntChain and is responsible for technical ecosystem development via research, standardization and industry collaboration activities. She was co-founder of Chaincomp Technologies, senior technical cooperation manager at 2012 Labs, Huawei Technologies, standardization engineer in CAICT. She worked with ITU-T SG13, ONF, OIF, IETF on Transport-SDN. Her research interests include high-speed networking, network optimization, distributed systems and obtained a Ph.D. degree from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunication.
2nd introduction: Overview of P3800 DTS
Dr. Hiroshi Mano/Data Society Alliance (DSA), Secretary-General
Dr. Hiroshi Mano established EverySense, Inc. in U.S. Silicon Valley. EverySense developed an IoT information trading platform and acquired its national patent in Japan. He is also a founder and secretary-general of Data Trading Alliance (DTA) that is an industry-academic-government alliance with the cooperation of the Japan Cabinet Office, Japan Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan Ministry of Economy. He has been deeply involved in Japan and overseas in standardization and rule proposals in the fields of wireless communications, Internet, data trading, etc., and contributed to the Big Data strategy proposal in the G7 ICT Ministerial Meeting in Turin in 2017. He is currently in charge of the 2020 IEEE P3800 DTS(Data Trading System) WG Chair and 2021 Data Society Alliance (reorganized and renamed from DTA) Secretary-General.
1st Session: Overview of IDSA
Mr. Sebastian Steinbuss/International Data Spaces Association(IDSA), CTO
Mr. Sebastian Steinbuß studied applied computer science and mechanical engineering at the technical university of Dortmund. He worked for nine years at the Fraunhofer-Institute for Software and Systems Engineering in Dortmund as Scientist in the context of Cloud Computing, Big Data and IoT. Here, he gathered experiences regarding Digitization in Logistics and Service Industries. Since 2017 he is the Lead Architect and CTO of the IDSA. Here he is responsible for the technical development of the IDS and the organization of the IDSA Working Groups.
2nd Session: The W3C Data Catalog Vocabulary – DCAT
Dr. Peter Winstanley/W3C, Invited Expert of Semantic Arts, Senior Ontologist
Dr. Peter Winstanley is an ontologist in the Semantic Arts team. He has a diverse background with experience in medical research, government, and in standards development. He was a contributor to the W3C “Data on the Web Best Practices” recommendation and an editor of the W3C “Data Catalog” vocabulary recommendation. A former interoperability specialist with the UK Government Linked Data and Data Architects’ Working Groups and the European Commission “Joinup” semantic technologies community, he is currently co-chair of the W3C Dataset Exchange Working Group.
3rd Session:Compliant and responsible data sharing
Mr. Hadleigh Graves/Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) International Limited, Director in Office of the Global General Counsel
Mr. Hadleigh Graves is a London-based data and transformation lawyer within PwC’s Global Office of the General Counsel, advising on responsible data use, data privacy and wider information security initiatives across the PwC network. He’ll present how data privacy, data localization/sovereignty and other laws safeguarding the confidentiality and security of data may be relevant to the IEEE’s proposed standard for a data-trading system. Depending on what the minimum requirements it seeks to introduce are, he might cover how the standard addresses concern underlying these laws, and perhaps ethical or wider considerations. The presentation could also highlight potential risks to those involved (individuals and organizations whose data is used, those using the data, and those facilitating the trading of data), practical challenges when implementing the standard, and areas beyond the scope of what the standard can protect against.
4th Session: Discussion on policy and regulatory developments around data (both personal and non-personal)
Ms. Shahana Chatterji/ Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, Partner in Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs
Ms. Shahana Chatterji is a Partner with the Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs team at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas. Prior to Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, she has worked with S&R Associates, New Delhi and the U.S. Congress, Washington D.C. Shahana has been deeply involved with policy and regulatory issues both in India and in the United States. She has worked with a Representative in the U.S. Congress in Washington D.C., where she engaged with expansive legislative and policy matters, ranging from healthcare reform to financial reform. Recently, she has led critical matters for her clients and thought leadership for the industry on the proposed data protection framework which resulted from the Srikrishna Expert Committee and the India nation-wide consultations it held. Shahana has not only been instrumental in the formulation of the industry points of view to the proposed framework, but she has also presented industry viewpoints on the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 and has deposed before the Joint Parliamentary Committee set up to analyze and revise the proposed draft of the data protection bill in India. Some of the key data protection projects she has advised on include workplace privacy and employee investigations, GPS data and location sharing, biometric data collection, Aadhaar-based authentication, targeted advertising and marketing, cloud computing, setting up data centers, digital product and enterprise solutions reviews and cross-border data transfers. Shahana is presently assisting clients in their engagements with
the Committee of Experts on Non-Personal Data Governance which is proposing a legal framework for the governance of non-personal data in India.