8th Annual Data Protection and Privacy Conference, Speech by Giovanni Buttarelli, Brussels, Belgium
L'UE a mis en place un certain nombre de systèmes informatiques à grande échelle, dont Eurodac; le système d'information sur les visas; le système d'information Schengen; le système d'information des douanes; le système d'information du marché intérieur.
La surveillance de ces bases de données est partagée entre les autorités nationales de protection des données et le CEPD.
Afin de garantir un niveau élevé et cohérent de protection des données, les autorités chargées de la protection des données nationales et le CEPD collaborent pour coordonner la surveillance de ces bases de données.
In the October 2017 edition of the EDPS Newsletter we cover the theme for the 2018 International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, our priorities for the next 12 months, and our ongoing training in preparation for the new Regulation.
The state of privacy 2017: mid-mandate report, Speech by Giovanni Buttarelli for the presentation of the 2016 EDPS Annual Report to the LIBE Committee, European Parliament
The new EU data protection framework consists of much more than just the GDPR. New rules for the EU institutions and ePrivacy are yet to be finalised, and remain a key focal point for EDPS work. As well as providing advice to the legislator on these new rules, the EDPS has started working with the EU institutions and bodies to prepare them for the changes to come. A particular focus of his efforts in 2016 was on promoting accountability, a central pillar of the GDPR which it is safe to assume will also be integrated into the new rules for EU institutions and bodies.
In 2016, the EDPS also made a considerable effort to help move the global debate on data protection and privacy forward and mainstream data protection into international policies. He advised the EU legislator on the Umbrella agreement and the Privacy Shield and engaged with data protection and privacy commissioners from every continent. He also continued to pursue new initiatives, such as the Ethics Advisory Group, through which he intends to stimulate global debate on the ethical dimension of data protection in the digital era.
The EDPS aims to make data protection as simple and effective as possible for all involved. This requires ensuring that EU policy both reflects the realities of data protection in the digital era and encourages compliance through accountability.