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This February, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) will adopt Privacy by Design (PbD), a set of principles created by Executive Director of the Toronto-based Global Privacy and Security by Design Centre, Dr Ann Cavoukian, as a new international privacy standard for the protection of consumer products and services (ISO 31700).
Cavoukian, former Information & Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Canada, designed PbD in 2009 to focus on the need for privacy to be considered throughout data management processes. The set of principles, which will be included in ISO 31700-1 Consumer protection — Privacy by design for consumer goods and services, advises that privacy processes should be within an organisation’s default setting, embedded into IT systems and business practices so that consumers are not tasked with protecting their own privacy.