MAPPING Award Ceremony on CeBIT 2016

As previously reported, the Institute for Legal Informatics of Leibniz Universität Hanover organised a competition to develop an application enhancing IT-Security on mobile devices. Meanwhile, the evaluation procedure has been finished and the three winners identified.

The Award Ceremony, in which the final ranking of the winners of the competition will be revealed, takes place on Monday, 14 March 2016 from 11:00 until 13:00 at Scale11 Corporate Stage (Hall11, F60) on CeBIT 2016.

Besides revealing the final ranking and providing the winners with their awards, the Award Ceremony consists of several speeches:

Linking Privacy to IT Security – A Global Challenge

Prof. Dr. Joseph. A. Cannataci
UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy & MAPPING Coordinating Person

Data Protection in Europe: the Role of Constitutional Courts

Univ. Prof. DDr. Christoph Grabenwarter
Judge at the Austrian Constitutional Court & Institute for European and International Law, University Vienna

Trustworthy Software – Options for Proofing Mechanisms in the Context of Public Security Challenges

Prof. Dr. Sachar Paulus
Faculty of Computer Science, Mannheim School of Applied Sciences & European Expert Group for IT Security (EICAR), Board Member

The Privacy/IT-Security Entanglement – A European Perspective

Jan Philipp Albrecht, MEP
Vice-Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE), Rapporteur to the EP on the EU Data Protection Regulation


The agenda of the Award Ceremony can be downloaded here and here.

Participation is free on the basis of ownership of a CeBIT ticket (Ticket Exhibition). Anybody interested will be most welcome to participate in the event.


Further information on the competition can be found here:


Further information on MAPPING can be found on the official project website:


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