The General Data Protection Regulation turns two – reason enough to shine a light on the EU privacy regulation: can it be considered a success? Or did it fail its promises?
Also, in times of the Corona crisis, with discussions about tracking apps and quite a few basic rights restricted literally globally – how does the GDPR fit into the picture? Find out what industry leaders and the research community think about privacy, GDPR and the future of personal data.
Data Protection Day is a time to remind organizations across all industries and sizes about the important of data protection. Lately we’ve seen a lot of regulations like the GDPR or Schrems II, all small steps towards a proper data protection to secure personal data and give the topic the deserved recognition.
With the ruling of the European Court of Justice in the Schrems II case, pressure is growing on small and medium-sized companies to re-evaluate their processes and procedures and adapt them to the regulations of the EU GDPR. Mareike Vogt, data protection expert at TÜV SÜD, takes a closer look at this current topic.
The theme for Data Privacy Day 2021 is “Own Your Privacy”, and gives consumers the opportunity to reflect on events that shaped privacy in 2020.
Todd Moore, from Thales Group, looks back at four particular events in 2020 that may change the way we view and defend our privacy.
This Data Protection Day, businesses are most likely in a very different position to where they were this time last year. In this article, eight technology experts give their thoughts on how businesses should approach their data protection this year, and what events are most likely to make an impact.
The CJEU’s decision on Schrems II declared Privacy Shield invalid. The implications cannot be foreseen, but it is clearly a win for data privacy. Read what experts say on the ruling.
As we hit the 2 year anniversary of GDRPR, Covid-19 has forced organizations to revise their processes in light of increased remote work. Some considerations for a remote work policy under GDPR.