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.
32nd Annual International Conference of Privacy, Laws and Business, GDPR's Influence Ripples Around The World, Wojciech Wiewiórowski participating in panel Controller, processor or... joint controllers?, Cambridge, United Kingdom
4 July 2019
CyberSec4Europe event, Speech by Wojciech Wiewiórowski, Brussels, Belgium