The EDPS presents its 2020-2024 Strategy 'Shaping a Safer Digital Future: a new Strategy for a new decade' to the public. In a connected world, where data flows across borders, solidarity within Europe, and internationally, will help to strengthen the right to data protection and make data work for people across the EU and beyond. The Strategy focuses on three pillars: foresight, action and solidarity to address digital challenges for a safer, fairer and more sustainable future.
Read the Summary of the Strategy on our dedicated website, available in EN, FR and DE
This report provides an overview of the activities carried out by the EDPS from 2015-2019. In particular, it focuses on how the EDPS has worked towards implementing the objectives set out in the EDPS Strategy 2015-2019, which relate to digitisation, global partnerships and the modernisation of data protection. This involved not only contributing historical pieces of legislation, such as the General Data Protection Regulation and Regulation 2018/1725, but also bringing the concepts of ethics and accountability to the forefront of data protection discourse and application.
This report sets out the Strategy adopted by the EDPS for the period 2015-2019. As data protection affects almost every EU policy area and is a key factor in legitimising and increasing trust in EU policies, the new EDPS Strategy aims to provide a framework through which to promote a culture of data protection in the European institutions. It also promotes the idea of toolkits for policymakers to help them develop innovative solutions to data protection challenges.
This report sets out the Strategy for the Period 2013-2014 adopted by the EDPS. Although this is a two-year strategy, it aims to lay longer-term foundations. The purpose of this strategy is to enable us to fulfil our commitments towards citizens and the EU institutions and bodies in a challenging and continuously evolving environment. With this report we also inform our stakeholders on how we will carry out our activities.
As part of the EDPS mandate (2020- 2024), a brochure and a video entitled Shaping a Safer Digital Future have been created to inform the public on our role, tasks and responsibilities as the European Union’s independent data protection authority.
EDPS Civil Society Summit, Big tech: from private platforms to public infrastructures, Event co-organised by the EDPS and EDRi, Participation of Wojciech Wiewiórowski (via a videolink), Brussels, Belgium
27 January 2021 - 29 January 2021
Computers, Privacy and Data Protection - CPDP 2021, Enforcing rights in a changing world, Participation of Wojciech Wiewiórowski (via a video link), Brussels, Belgium
28 January 2021
World Bank Group Data Privacy Day 2021, Wojciech Wiewiórowski in the Roundtable with Data Privacy Commissioners (via a videolink), Brussels, Belgium