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Annual Privacy Forum 2012 - registration now open
Online registration is now open for the Annual Privacy Forum 2012. This is the event's first year, and it takes place on 10th &11th October in Limassol, Cyprus.
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1st joint Agency/Greek Ministry 'Cloud Computing' industry event
The first, joint event for industry on 'Cloud Computing in Europe', co-organised by ENISA and the Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks, took place in Athens, on 24th Nov. 2010.
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Closer cooperation on Data Breach Notifications between ENISA & Art. 29 Data Protection Working Party
The Agency and the Art. 29 Data Protection Working Party agreed to intensify their cooperation on Data Breach Notifications, at a meeting recently taking place in Brussels.
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Celebrating the European Data Protection Day: 28/01
European Data Protection Day, Saturday, 28th January, 2012.
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ENISA publishes new study on securing personal data in the context of data retention
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Deciphering the landscape for Privacy by Design. ENISA publishes its recommendations for policy makers, data protection authorities and experts
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ENISA ED Udo Helmbrecht at the Digital Enlightenment Forum 2013
Today (19th September), ENISA's Executive Director, Professor Udo Helmbrecht, took part in the Digital Enlightenment Forum 2013.
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First Annual Privacy Forum; taking place 10-11/Oct. in Cyprus: Call for papers
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ENISA Statement regarding the landmark online privacy ECJ-ruling on Google search engine and the Right To Be Forgotten
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Security Issues in Cross-border e-Authentication
The Agency has launched a new report on Security Issues in Cross-border Electronic Authentication. Improving the interoperability of electronic identification and authentication systems is a European task and a task for all Member States. ENISA analysed the current situation and assessed the security risks of electronic authentication in cross-border solutions. To visualize these risks, two different projects offering cross-border authentication have been examined and evaluated, Netcards/EHIC and Stork.
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