Project coordinator / researcher at Fing / Nanterre University
Sarah MEDJEK is project coordinator at Fing and PhD candidate at Nanterre University. Her research and work focuses on the individuals behavioral responses toward their personal data, data holders and PIMS.
During the course of this workshop, we will learn the personal data processing principles for individuals and companies. The participants will bring their devices (mobile phone, computer) and we will help them find practical ways to better protect, but also better manage their personal data. Perception about personal data challenges Solutions about conflict with personal […]
The amount of data generated by human activity in cities is tremendous and is expected to grow every day. If for a long time cities (as authorities) were spectators rather than actors in terms of data use and management, this is no longer the case. Aware of the democratic, economic and ecological challenges related to […]
This session will showcase 4 use cases that demonstrate the MyData model and all of it’s parties: data holders, data services and individuals. This is not a pitching session! Selected use cases will share learnings, challenges and opportunities, success stories and failures, and you, as participants, will be able to question and explore these cases […]