Privacy & Security Awareness Week - Nothing to hide?
In the week of October 2, Tilburg University is drawing attention to (online) security & privacy. Team Privacy & Security offers interesting activities for researchers, employees and students with this week's theme: "Nothing to hide?".
Digitalization and data sharing have become essential to our lives. This creates opportunities, but also challenges, such as the need for cybersecurity and careful handling of personal information and data. Tilburg University is committed to Privacy & Security and encourages employees and students to be 'caring'; protect yourself and each other by handling data with care. Are you aware of what is happening with your data? Do you really have nothing to hide? Test it during the Privacy & Security Awareness Week.
14:00 - 15:00
Nothing to hide? Social Sorting Experiment
You will experience the manipulative power of digital platforms during this absurdist and interactive performance! Don’t forget your smartphone!
15:45 - 17:30
Nothing to Hide? Why Privacy Matters More Than Ever
Do you believe that your online presence is as transparent as a freshly cleaned window? Well, think again, and learn how to properly preserve your privacy in the digital age. This symposium is part of the yearly Tilburg University Privacy & Security Awareness Week. (English)
Some interesting tips and pages in the "Nothing to hide?" theme
Privacy and security: Carefully handling personal and other data
How can you handle data with care? What should you do about security and safety? What do you need to arrange in advance? And what if something goes wrong? On this page you will find everything you need to work safely with personal data or other data.
Sharing and storing data safely
Find out how you can share and store data safely and how encryption can add a layer of data protection.
Handling personal data in research with care
How do you ensure that research data and personal data are handled with care? Read more about drawing up a Data Management Plan, using personal data and datasets, consent, and respondents’ rights.