The Guidelines describe the data protection aspects related to the processing of personal data.
The 2017 EDPS Annual Report presents an overview of all EDPS activities in 2017 and priorities for 2018, as well as analysing the progress made in achieving the aims set out in the EDPS Strategy. With 2018 set to be a landmark year for data protection, the EDPS remains committed to ensuring that the EU remains at the forefront of the global dialogue on data protection and privacy and continues to lead by example. Read the press release.
EDPS issues Guidelines on the use of Cloud Computing services by the European institutions & bodies. Read more here.
The latest edition of the EDPS Newsletter is online now!
A new Regulation governing data processing by the EU institutions, bodies and agencies will soon replace the current Regulation 45/2001. To raise awareness on the current and new data protection rules the EDPS organised a series of workshops in Luxembourg this week.
Video of training is available here http://c.connectedviews.com/01/SitePlayer/eca?session=12879
Read blogpost by Wojciech Wiewiórowski.
Ten things you might have missed in 2017: The latest edition of the EDPS Newsletter is online now!
The report by the EDPS' Ethics Advisory Group will help advance the debate on digital ethics that the EDPS will continue, focusing on how we can make technology work in the interests of human dignity, culminating at the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners which the EDPS will co-host in October 2018.
Through the GDPR, the EU has lead the way in safeguarding fundamental rights in the digital age.
Read latest blogpost by Giovanni Buttarelli.