Privacy Speaker & Activist
Dr. Nana Karlstetter is working on structures and functionalities for sustainable transformation. She develops and manages projects mostly in the fields of digital security/free software and resilience/climate change. Nana has studied Philosophy, Mathematics, and Psychology and holds a PhD in Applied Economics. She has decades of experience in working with and in self-organized movements, brings academic expertise in complex systems, process methods and organizational capacities as well as practical expertise from projects with businesses, NGOs, and foundations. She uses these skills to realize projects with impact. She, for instance, was head of the production of the Logan CIJ Symposium 2016 in Berlin. She works for the p≡p Foundation (Winterthur, Switzerland) and is a founding member of the new p≡p Coop.
Check out our interview with Nana from our “Speaker’s Showcase” series!
“pretty Easy privacy: the foundation and the tools”
With pretty Easy privacy (pEp) the pEp Foundation set off to provide tools for automatic message encryption: starting with email. The foundation behind this effort has three Human Rights it technically wants to enforce: the right to Privacy, Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Information. This presentation will show which activities the pEp Foundation pursues and which end-user tools are emerging to ship tools for citizens, public offices and enterprises such as to protect their confidentiality, security and privacy needs.