Game Jam – Unveil the privacy threat
On 7 to 8 October 2017, an event between Smart City, Privacy and Security topics will take place. Together with game designers and experts in the field of privacy and security we will develop serious games to simplify and innovate the methods of employees training for data-driven corporates. The unique form of the event promises a comprehensive, intuitive and creative approach in teaching complex matter:
GAME JAM – UNVEIL THE PRIVACY THREAT
Implementing privacy and security through serious games
7 to 8 October 2017 | HIIG Berlin
How to build smart cities in a privacy and security-friendly way, when more and more movements and human actions are tracked by means of public wifi and camera systems? How to develop the right infrastructure? In particular, how to sensitise employees handling risky data in businesses, which provide smart applications not only for smart cities but for a lot more technological solutions we are confronted with today? In more general words, how to combine state-of-the-art privacy and security and creative thinking? The Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society is organising a unique 2-days event for game designers and experts in the field of privacy and security.
Saturday, 7 October 2017
|09:30 – 10:00||Registration and Coffee|
|10:00 – 10:15||Welcome and opening|
|10:15 – 11:15||Input statements and briefing|
|11:15 – open end||Group formation and jam|
(lunch and dinner provided)
Sunday, 7 October 2017
|09:30 – 10:00||Welcome coffee|
|10:00 – 17:00||Jam|
|17:00 – 18:00||Finalisation of proposals for presentation|
|18:00 – 20:00||Pitches and awards|
|20:00 – 21:00||Get-together|
We’re looking forward to your application before 30 September via the form below. Once you’ve been selected as a participant latest on September 30, we will let you know about further details. You will receive detailed info about the program and the premises. Please keep in mind that the selection process is no subject to appeal.
Jury and Awards
Jury members: Michelle Dennedy (CISCO), Meike Kamp (Datenschutzbehörde), Nico Nowarra (Experimental Game), Lies van Roessel (Hans-Bredow-Institut), Thomas Schildhauer (HIIG), Eva Schulz-Kamm (Siemens), Lars Vormann (Gamescom), Jillian York (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
The best game idea will be awarded by an expert jury with an exciting prize – a weekend trip to London for the whole winning team including a visit of The Crystal, the world’s largest museum on the future of (smart) cities – sponsored by Siemens. Furthermore, amongst all participants, we give away two one-year-memberships of Adobe Creative Cloud sponsored by Adobe.
Organisers and Partners
An event within the research project Privacy by design in smart cities organised by Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society financed by Cisco, in collaboration with INNOVATION AND LAW, Booster Space and iRights.Law.