Tag Archives: Information privacy

ENISA analyses cyber security legislation & spots implementation gaps

In a new paper the EU ‘cyber security’ agency ENISA takes a snapshot of existing and future EU legislation on security measures and incident reporting. The analysis underlines important steps forward, but also identifies gaps in national implementation, as most incidents are not reported. Cyber security incidents significantly impact society. Here are five well-known examples: […]

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EU: Merging professional drivers’ driving licence with their driver card is not fully in line with data protection principles

The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) issued today an opinion on a Commission proposal to merge the driving licence of professional drivers with their driver card. The integration of two totally different functionalities in one single card, which would record a wide range of data about professional drivers including their activities and whereabouts, would have […]

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