Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

EU-US Privacy Shield: next steps

Trust_01_0Some weeks ago we informed you of the EU-US Privacy Shield, announced by the European Commission on February 2, 2016 meaning a new arrangement for transatlantic data flows between the EU and US. In this blog you can read recent developments of the EU-US Privacy Shield and alternative solutions offered by LeaseWeb.

EU US Privacy Shield in the making
We have known since October 2015 that the US Safe Harbor regime is invalid, meaning that personal data of Europeans can no longer be transferred by a company to US Safe Harbor certified companies. Monday 29 February 2016, the European Commission published the details of the EU-US Privacy Shield that should replace the Safe Harbor certifications.

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Update on the new EU US Privacy Shield

AdServing_01_FlexibilityAfter my previous blog last month we were still looking out for any news about solutions for the Safe Harbor invalidation. Since the press release of the EU US Privacy Shield, announced by the European Commission on February 2, 2016, we have seen many press articles and numerous links. So here is our update and recap on the timing of the EU US Privacy Shield and alternative solutions offered by LeaseWeb.

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Are you compliant with the new Dutch Law on Data Breach Notifications?

EnterPrise_01_ComplianceOn January 1, 2016, the new Dutch Law on Data Breach Notifications came into effect. Organizations – both companies and government agencies – are now required to immediately report any serious data breach to the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Authoriteit Persoonsgegevens). And, if it is likely that the data breach will have an adverse effect on the privacy of those involved, those people have to be informed as well.

A data breach is defined as the act of accessing, deleting, modifying or releasing personal data, committed unintentionally by the organization. Not only releasing (e.g. leaking) personal data, but also the illegal processing of data, will be seen as a data breach. Examples of data breaches are a lost USB stick containing personal data, a stolen smartphone or malicious access to a database by a hacker.

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