Privacy in Design Technical Training

Learn how to integrate privacy protections into software design, and make the most of your data

Custom corporate training – Four two-hour sessions – Interactive webinar format

This training is for:

  • Software developers seeking to learn how to integrate privacy tools into application design
  • Data security professionals looking to integrate privacy tools into product security

This training will deliver:

  • Hands-on, practical experience applying a Privacy in Design framework for software development
  • Understanding of privacy-enabling technologies and their integration into software design
  • Tools for assessing technical compliance with privacy principles and including privacy as a quality assurance metric

Training Program

Session 1: Introduction to Privacy in Design Development

Explore privacy-enabling technologies, including digital rights management, encryption, privacy rules within application programs, and identity management. Define key elements of privacy engineering development: enterprise goals, privacy policy, privacy requirements, privacy procedures and processes, privacy mechanisms, privacy awareness and readiness preparation, and quality assurance.

Session 2: Privacy in Design Methodology

Define Privacy in Design specifications and learn how to implement privacy as a quality assurance metric.

Sessions 3 & 4: Hands-on Case Study

Participants will work in small groups to apply Privacy in Design methods to a case study relevant to your organization. Participants create a development framework, including:

  1. Project initiation and scoping
  2. Developing use cases and data models
  3. Privacy services design

Participants will design a service, develop specifications, and assess compliance with privacy principles.


Dr. Waël Hassan

CEO, KI Design

Dr. Waël Hassan, the founder of KI Design, is one of North America’s leading advisors in the fields of data analysis, privacy compliance, and data management. Waël has been working in the field of data science and privacy for over 20 years, both as a software developer and a consultant. He has in-depth knowledge of privacy laws across Canada and the US, and holds the first Canadian PhD in validation of legal compliance. He is the author of numerous books and papers, including the comprehensive guidebook, Privacy in Design: A Practical Guide to Corporate Compliance.