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ENISA panel @ CPDP’2013
ENISA is organizing a panel at CPDP 2013 conference addressing the role of information security in personal data protection.
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Report/Study Recommendations on shaping technology according to GDPR provisions - An overview on data pseudonymisation
The scope of this report is to explore the concept of pseudonymisation alongside different pseusonymisation techniques and their possible implementation. The report is part of ENISA's work in the area of privacy and data protection, which focuses on analysing technical solutions for the implementation of GDPR, privacy by design and security of personal data processing.
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Report/Study Recommendations on shaping technology according to GDPR provisions - Exploring the notion of data protection by default
This report aims to shed some light on what the data-protection-by-default principle means in information technology design, what is the situation today, as well as how the new GDPR obligation could support controllers in selecting data-protection-friendly defaults.
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File Influence of InfoSec on InfoPriv
Privacy by Design - With or Without Information Security. Influence of InfoSec on InfoPriv. Frank Dawson presentation for CPDP 2013
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Privacy by design in big data: An overview of privacy enhancing technologies in the era of big data analytics
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Press Release ENISA celebrates the European Data Protection Day
On 28 January 2018, ENISA joined the 47 countries of the Council of Europe, and the EU institutions, agencies and bodies to celebrate the 12th European Data Protection Day.
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Report/Study Privacy by design in big data
The extensive collection and further processing of personal information in the context of big data analytics has given rise to serious privacy concerns, especially relating to wide scale electronic surveillance, profiling, and disclosure of private data. In order to allow for all the benefits of analytics without invading individuals’ private sphere, it is of utmost importance to draw the limits of big data processing and integrate the appropriate data protection safeguards in the core of the analytics value chain. ENISA, with the current report, aims at supporting this approach, taking the position that, with respect to the underlying legal obligations, the challenges of technology (for big data) should be addressed by the opportunities of technology (for privacy).
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ENISA - UNIPI Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies
The digitalisation of several critical and noncritical sectors and the emergence of new technologies require a coherent policy framework on NIS. ENISA and the Department of Digital Systems of University of Piraeus organized a workshop on assessing the need for Privacy Enhancing Technologies in the greater area of NIS. The workshop is aimed towards the research and academic community in an attempt to discuss ongoing initiatives and future directions.
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Agency Position on the Industry Proposal re: a Privacy Impact Assessment for RFID
Agency Position on the Industry Proposal re: a Privacy and Data Protection Impact Assessment Framework for RFID Applications
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