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Located in Topics / Data Protection / Personal data breaches
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Located in Topics / Data Protection / Security of personal data
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Located in Topics / Data Protection / Security of personal data
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Located in Topics / / Security of personal data / Cryptographic protocols and tools
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Located in Topics / / Security of personal data / Security measures
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Located in Topics / Data Protection / Privacy enhancing technologies
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Located in Topics / Data Protection / Privacy by Design
Report/Study ECMAScript program Information security and privacy standards for SMEs
The analysis conducted for this study, based on the interviews with subject matter experts and review of available studies, shows that, despite rising concerns on information security risks, the level of SMEs information security and privacy standard adoption is relatively low. The main existing drivers and barriers that contribute to the limited uptake of information security and privacy standards in European SMEs have been identified and analysed in this
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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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Annual Privacy Forum 2016: Final call for papers
Interested parties are invited to submit their papers for this year's #APF16 conference until 31st March, 2016.
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