In the modern way of communicating and doing business, an increasing number of individuals encounter various hacker attempts of online fraud. From the first naive messages full of grammar and spelling mistakes from some princes and princesses from exotic geographical locations, who see in you the right person through whom they can transfer their multi-million dollar inheritance, today’s hacking attempts have become sophisticated in every possible way and spread in almost all areas.
Cities and municipalities in the Czech Republic have approached the obligations arising from the right to the protection of personal data differently. If we look away from those who have only formally secured DPOs position and rely on the absence of fines, we come to a smaller group of those with an honest approach and a genuine effort to secure a range of responsibilities. But they often fail in many situations.
The competition initiated by the Professional Association of Data Protection Officers in Germany (BvD) is entering its sixth round. Media professionals and creative minds can submit their contributions on the topic of data privacy from now until December 5.
European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling strengthens the role of the internal data protection officer and helps companies
The Federal Data Protection Act provides for a special position of the internal data protection officer. Due to the sensitive nature of their work, the respective employee can only be dismissed for good cause. This special national regulation has now been confirmed by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which thus strengthens the role of data protection officers.
What does the right to information mean and how is applied to business practice? The protection of personal data in the legal systems of the member states of the European Union has become imperative by implementing The General Data Protection Regulation.
Successful premiere for Data Protection Day Hesse & Rhineland-Palatinate in cooperation with the supervisory authorities
Around 200 data protection officers came together on June 28, 2022 for the first Data Protection Day Hesse & Rhineland-Palatinate to exchange views with experts from the supervisory authorities on topics related to everyday professional practice.
Comments on the EDPB’s draft “Guidelines 4/2022 on the calculation of administrative fines under the GDPR”
The Czech Data Protection Association sent the following comments on the draft of the EDPB “Guidelines 04/2022 on the calculation of administrative fines under the GDPR”.
Data Protection Officers Do you process large amounts of personal data? Are you scared of terms like GDPR, ePrivacy,...
By implementation of the General Regulation (GDPR), personal data protection has aroused a great deal of interest, whether among privacy professionals, data protection officers or among individuals who are interested in gaining more information about the above mentioned topic.
The Digital Markets Act sets obligations for large online platforms acting as “gatekeepers” and enables the Commission...
Comments on the draft of the EDPB “Guidelines 3/2022 on Dark patterns in social media platform interfaces: How to recognise and avoid them”
The Czech Data Protection Association sent the following comments on the draft of the EDPB “Guidelines 3/2022 on Dark...
ENISA has published a report that takes a wider look at data protection engineering with a view to support practitioners and organizations with practical implementation of technical aspects of data protection by design and by default.