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Press Release Privacy tools, security measures and evaluation of current technologies under the spotlight at this year’s Annual Privacy Forum
Successful conclusion of the fourth edition of the Annual Privacy Forum, held on the 7th and 8th September at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. The event provided a forum to academia, industry and policy makers for a discussion on privacy engineering and technical solutions to data protection.
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Report/Study Privacy, Accountability and Trust – Challenges and Opportunities
In the study, we focus on some of the available technologies and research results addressing privacy and data protection and topics related to, or influencing privacy, such as consent, accountability, trust, tracking and profiling. The objective is to provide a comprehensive and realistic view of both limitations generated and possibilities provided by technologies in the case of personal data protection rights.
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Press Release x-conference/x-cooltalk Privacy-a fundamental right-between economics and practice
ENISA releases two new reports on privacy economics and case studies of online practices in collecting and storing personal data in the EU
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File Προστασία προσωπικών δεδομένων: Κατευθυντήριες γραμμές του ENISA για λύσεις κρυπτογράφησης
Ο Ευρωπαϊκός Οργανισμός για την Ασφάλεια Δικτύων και Πληροφοριών (ENISA) δημοσιεύει σήμερα δύο εκθέσεις. Η έκθεση του 2014 με τίτλο «Αλγόριθμοι, μέγεθος κλειδιών και παράμετροι» αποτελεί έγγραφο αναφοράς που παρέχει σειρά κατευθυντήριων γραμμών στους υπευθύνους λήψης αποφάσεων και συγκεκριμένα στους ειδικούς που σχεδιάζουν και εφαρμόζουν λύσεις κρυπτογράφησης για προστασία των προσωπικών δεδομένων σε εμπορικές επιχειρήσεις ή κυβερνητικές υπηρεσίες για τους πολίτες. Η «Μελέτη για τα πρωτόκολλα κρυπτογράφησης» προσφέρει μια προοπτική εφαρμογής, καλύπτοντας κατευθυντήριες γραμμές σχετικά με τα πρωτόκολλα που απαιτούνται για προστασία των εμπορικών ηλεκτρονικών επικοινωνιών που περιέχουν προσωπικά δεδομένα.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Pseudonymisation techniques and best practices
This report explores further the basic notions of pseudonymisation, as well as technical solutions that can support implementation in practice. Starting from a number of pseudonymisation scenarios, the report defines first the main actors that can be involved in the process of pseudonymisation along with their possible roles. It then analyses the different adversarial models and attacking techniques against pseudonymisation, such as brute force attack, dictionary search and guesswork. Moreover, it presents the main pseudonymisation techniques and policies available today.
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Report/Study text/texmacs Readiness Analysis for the Adoption and Evolution of Privacy Enhancing Technologies
This report aims at developing a methodology that allows to compare different Privacy Enhancing Tech-nologies (PETs) with regard to their maturity, i.e., their technology readiness and their quality concerning the provided privacy notion. The report firstly sketches a methodology for gathering expert opinions and measurable indicators as evidence for a two dimensional rating scale. Secondly, this report reviews two pilots to test the proposed scales and methodology. The results of these pilots are presented in this study. Finally, a list of necessary steps towards a PET maturity repository is made available.
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Report/Study Recommendations for a methodology of the assessment of severity of personal data breaches
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) reviewed the existing measures and the procedures in EU Member States with regard to personal data breaches and published in 2011 a study on the technical implementation of the Art. 4 of the ePrivacy Directive, which included recommendations on how to plan and prepare for data breaches, how to detect and assess them, how to notify individuals and competent authorities and how to respond to data breaches. A proposal of a methodology for personal data breach severity assessment was also included as an annex to the above-mentioned recommendations, which was, however, not considered mature enough to be used at national level by the different Data Protection Authorities. Against this background, the Data Protection Authorities of Greece and Germany in collaboration with ENISA developed, based on the above mentioned work, an updated methodology for data breach severity assessment that could be used both by DPAs as well as data controllers. This working document is a first result of the co-operation between experts of the two DPAs and ENISA. It is planned to further develop the methodology with the aim to generate a final practical tool for a data breach severity assessment.
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Report/Study C header Recommendations for technical implementation of Art.4
In 2011 ENISA has set up an Expert Group composed of representatives of the EU institutions, Art.29 Working Party, national DPAs and industry. This group helped in the development of the specific technical recommendations for the implementation of the Article 4 of the ePrivacy Directive, including a practical and usable definition of a data breach, and in particular its relation to the definition of an “information security incident”, criteria for determining a data breach, identification and assessment of security controls that affect determination of a breach, identification and assessment of risks of data breaches and procedures of notifications about data breaches in both private and public sector, including online processing of data breaches, definition of „undue delay‟ etc.
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Report/Study Recommendations on European Data Protection Certification
The objective of this report is to identify and analyse challenges and opportunities of data protection certification mechanisms, including seals and marks, as introduced by the GDPR, focusing also on existing initiatives and voluntary schemes.
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