10 tips for a privacy-friendly virtual happy hour: Lessons learned from Europe for those still under lockdown

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A little departure from my typically formal and analytical blog posts, for a little light-heartedness in this complicated situation. :-) With social distancing measures enacted across the world, many are turning to online tools to facilitate not only remote working, but also in order to virtually reconnect with  friends and family. You've probably noticed the ubiquitous Zoom happy ...

UPDATE (II): “PUBLIC HEALTH AND PRIVACY” AND NOT “PUBLIC HEALTH OR PRIVACY”: A COLLECTION OF GUIDANCE ON COVID-19

In the evolving COVID-19 scenario in which business continuity also depends on adequate data protection and cybersecurity practices on the part of organizations, knowledge mapping of privacy & data protection guidance and cybersecurity best practices has taken on an even more important role. It’s for that very reason that, without the presumption of completeness, I ...

UPDATE (i): “PUBLIC HEALTH AND PRIVACY” AND NOT “PUBLIC HEALTH OR PRIVACY”: A COLLECTION OF GUIDANCE ON COVID-19

In the evolving COVID-19 scenario in which business continuity also depends on adequate data protection and cybersecurity practices on the part of organizations, knowledge mapping of privacy & data protection guidance and cybersecurity best practices has taken on an even more important role. It’s for that very reason that, without the presumption of completeness, I ...

“PUBLIC HEALTH AND PRIVACY” AND NOT “PUBLIC HEALTH OR PRIVACY”: Surveillance in the fight against COVID-19

“Hopefully COVID-19 will be gone at some point, but tracking technologies may stay for longer and permanently hamper the rights and freedoms of individuals” As part of my blog series on #PublicHealthANDprivacy in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this short reflection will focus on digital surveillance. There is no doubt that data and technology have the ...

GDPR Temperature Tool: A new free resource for European SMEs to understand their risk of GDPR-related sanctions

«The GDPR came into force in May 2018 with a blaze of publicity but 18 months on, still many businesses are unclear on how at risk they are from GDPR-related sanctions. The vast majority of business leaders believe that it is essential to comply with the GDPR, especially as companies can risk crippling fines. Indeed, ...

Council announces Sanctions Framework for Cyber-attacks

In the Council's effort to deter cyber-attacks constituting an external threat to the EU or Member States, the EU can now impose targeted restrictive measures which include asset freezes on both persons and entities and a ban on people travelling to the EU. Such restricted measures are considered necessary in light of the Common Foreign ...