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Press release - EDPS takes on new supervisory role at Eurojust

2019-12-12 10:25:03
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Quelle: Europäische Datenschutzbeauftragte

Die Ernennung von Wojciech Wiewiórowski zum neuen Europäischen Datenschutzbeauftragten (EDSB) wurde am 5. Dezember 2019 bestätigt, wie der Europäische Datenschutzbeauftragte schildert.

Der Pole, der während des Mandats 2014-2019 unter dem verstorbenen Giovanni Buttarelli als stellvertretender Datenschutzbeauftragter fungierte, habe heute seine neue Position angetreten.Der EDSB gibt einen Bericht zusammen mit einer Pressemitteilung heraus, um einen Überblick über die von 2015-2019 durchgeführten Aktivitäten zu geben. Der Bericht konzentriert sich insbesondere auf die Umsetzung der in der EDSB-Strategie 2015-2019 festgelegten Ziele, die sich auf die Digitalisierung, globale Partnerschaften und die Modernisierung des Datenschutzes beziehen.EDPS web inspection tool WEC is now available on GitHub.

Read more.Mit größtem Bedauern geben wir den Verlust von Giovanni Buttarelli, dem Europäischen Datenschutzbeauftragten, bekannt. Giovanni sei in der Nacht vom 20. August 2019 im Kreis seiner Familie in Italien verstorben.Summer holidays are a chance to relax, but they can be a source of high stress themselves if you are not safe online.

To help with this, the European Data Protection Supervisor has created a simple guide of 11 tips to help you stay secure while using your computer, smartphone and tablet – and in a sunny mood!The EDPS adopted these lists after consulting the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) on the draft lists. These lists provide additional guidance to controllers in the EU institutions and complement the accountability on the ground toolkit.

In line with the Article 29 Working Party Guidelines on DPIAs, endorsed by the EDPB, these lists provide criteria for controllers to assess whether they need to do a DPIA; the lists are not exhaustive.DPIAs are a new concept in the data protection regulation for the EU institutions, mirroring equivalent provisions in the GDPR. The DPIA process aims to provide assurance that controllers adequately address privacy and data protection risks of ‘risky’ processing operations.

By providing a structured way of thinking about the risks to data subjects and how to mitigate them, DPIAs help organisations to comply with the requirement of data protection by design where it is needed the most, i.e. for ‘risky’ processing operations.Risk-based approach under the data protection reform.

Listen to the Podcast!Read the press release. 2018 was a busy year for the EDPS and a pivotal year for data protection in general.

The 2018 Annual Report provides an insight into all EDPS activities in 2018, including our efforts to prepare for the new legislation. Under new data protection rules, the rights of every individual living in the EU are now better protected than ever.

Read the press release.We closed the public session of the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in October 2018 with a promise to continue the discussion on digital ethics. With the launch of our new #DebatingEthics Conversations, a series of six interactive webinars that will then also be released as podcasts, we aim to provide an open platform for this urgent debate.Each webinar will revolve around a specific theme and bring together different perspectives.

Our provisional programme is as follows:Each webinar will be open for anyone to listen in and comment or ask questions at the end of the discussion. How can moral reasoning help us shape responsible technological development? Follow our updates here and on Twitter and join us in #DebatingEthics.EPIC presented the 2019 International Privacy Champion Award to Giovanni Buttarelli, European Data Protection Supervisor.

This prestigious prize is awarded every year to distinguished representatives in the field of the fundamental rights to privacy and data protection. The EPIC award was presented at CPDP conference in Brussels, Belgium on January 30, 2019.On 28 January each year, member states of the Council of Europe and EU institutions celebrate Data Protection Day.

It marks the anniversary of the Council of Europe’s data protection convention, known as “Convention 108”. It was the first binding international law concerning individuals’ rights to the protection of their personal data.Wojciech Wiewiórowski trifft mit Professor Bart Preneel, Brüssel, Belgien.

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