Published in europeanlawblog.eu, 28.09.2020 By Franck Dumortier, Vagelis Papakonstantinou and Paul De Hert, On July 30th 2020, within the framework of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), the Council of the European Union has imposed its first ever “targeted restrictive measures” against six Chinese and Russian individuals as well as three legal entities – two located
Δημοσιεύθηκε στο Linkedin, 9.2.2020 *** This is part of the GDPR ethics series; A broad mission statement may be found in its opening text. *** Few legal instruments have done more for European integration than the GDPR: Within only a few years since its release there is practically nobody in Europe that has not heard of it or is
Presentation on «Recent Case Law Of The CJEU On Data Subjects' Rights In The Digital Age», during the Data Protection in the European Institutions regulation 2018/1725 applicable to EU institutions, bodies, offices and agencies conference organized by ERA- Academy of European Law.
Δημοσιεύθηκε στο e.themis.gr, 25.11.2019 Δέκα σκέψεις για τον ν.4624/2019, τη σχέση του με τον ΓΚΠΔ, και την προστασία δεδομένων προσωπικού χαρακτήρα στην Ελλάδα εν γένει Καθώς έχουν ήδη περάσει λίγοι μήνες από την εισαγωγή του ν.4624/2019 και όχι μόνο οι πρώτες κριτικές έχουν ήδη διατυπωθεί (σε αναμονή βέβαια και της σχετικής γνωμοδότησης της Αρχής
New Article, The new EU cybersecurity framework: The NIS Directive, ENISA’s role and the General Data Protection Regulation
My new article has been published in Computer Law & Security Review, November 2019 Abstract The NIS Directive is the first horizontal legislation undertaken at EU level for the protection of network and information systems across the Union. During the last decades e-services, new technologies, information systems and networks have become embedded in our daily
CANVAS EU project workshop: Value-driven Cybersecurity: Which Security? Whose Values? The CANVAS Consortium – Constructing an Alliance for Value-driven Cybersecurity – during the three-year period actively contributed and shaped discussions on ways to attain value-driven cybersecurity regulation in the EU. Numerous deliverables were prepared, and a rich variety of dissemination events were held to
Big Data and Cybersecurity in China and the EU: Identifying points of convergence and future cooperation
The Brussels Privacy Hub is organising a full-day workshop on “Big Data and Cybersecurity in China and the EU: Identifying points of convergence and future cooperation”, to be held on 27 November 2018. The workshop will elaborate upon the notions of Big Data and Cybersecurity, as perceived and used in China and in the EU.