Data Breach Notifications in the EU

ENISA

Data Breach Notifications in the EU
The introduction of a European data breach notification requirement for the electronic communication sector introduced in the review of the ePrivacy Directive (2002/58/EC) is an important development with a potential to increase the level of data security in Europe and foster reassurance amongst citizens on how their personal data is being secured and protected by electronic communication sector operators. Against this background, ENISA reviewed the current situation in order to develop a consistent set of guidelines addressing the technical implementation measures and the procedures, as described by Article 4 of the reviewed Directive 2002/58/EC.

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Editor Intelink says:(2012-10-02 10:49:19)

“Een kwaliteitsslag voor school, student en stagebedrijf” Het herkennen en correct behandelen van bedrijfsvertrouwelijke informatie. Het programma speelt tevens doeltreffend in op de sterk toenemende behoefte aan Social Media Integriteit van stag...

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Danny Lieberman says:(2011-05-09 13:35:04)

As one of the pioneers in DLP - data loss prevention and an active thought leader in the field since 2003 - it is typical for people who discover that the emperor is naked to take knee jerk reactions. IT and HR procedures are part of a set of data...

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Rachel McShelley says:(2011-03-31 10:01:15)

Blijft helaas onduidelijk waarom BitDefender dit opvallend en vooral ook een beveiligingsrisico vindt.

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