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ENISA- Europol issue joint statement
ENISA and Europol issue joint statement on lawful criminal investigation that respects 21st Century data protection.
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File x-conference/x-cooltalk Data Protection Notice
Located in Topics / IoT and Smart Infrastructures / Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Press Release Europol in cooperation with the European Institute of Public Administration hosts conference on privacy and security online
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File Octet Stream Max ROZENDAAL (Dutch DPA)
Located in Events / EDPS-ENISA Conference
ENISA's Annual Privacy Forum 2016 starts tomorrow
The event provides a forum for academia, industry and policy makers to focus on the implementation of technological solutions that can support the setting up of a viable policy framework on data protection, especially in light of the data protection regulation and the European Digital Agenda.
Located in News / ENISA News
Personal Data Security Event
Located in Events
File Rosa BARCELO (Squire Patton Boggs)
Located in Events / EDPS-ENISA Conference
Report/Study ECMAScript program Reinforcing trust and security in the area of electronic communications and online services
This study provides an overview of well-established security practices, for the purpose of sketching the notion of “state-of-the-art” in a number of categories of measures, as they are listed in ENISA’s guidelines for SMEs on the security of personal data processing.
Located in Publications
Security of Personal Data Processing Event
ENISA, Personal Data Security Processing, Athens, October 8th, European Digital SME Alliance, Hellenic Data Protection Authority
Located in Events / Personal Data Security Event
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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