Guidelines aim to provide further guidance on data protection aspects in the context of the PSD2 (Second Payment Services Directive).
privacy by design
This document from Spain’s data protection authority Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD) looks into notion of Data protection by design and by default and provides guidance on its implementation. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in Article 25 and under the heading “Data protection by design and by default” incorporates the practice of […]
Guidelines provide that tracing apps must be voluntary, transparent, temporary, cybersecure, and use temporary and pseudonymised data.
Norwegian data protection authority – Datatilsynet – has published a guidance on Software development with Data Protection by Design and by Default.
These Guidelines give general guidance on the obligation of Data Protection by Design and by Default set forth in Art. 25 GDPR.
DataGuidance met with professionals from Groupon, Navex Global, Cisco, HP and Hogan Lovells last year to discuss their personal experiences in implementing Privacy by Design’s principles, the importance their departments and organisations have placed on these, and how they have shaped the way that they do business in the modern age.
During this complimentary webinar, our expert speakers considered some of the key GDPR issues for companies in the financial services industry. Topics discussed included: the reaction to the GDPR in financial services, key data privacy priorities post GDPR, national variations and interpretations, how to deal with privacy design and DPIA obligations and what steps financial […]