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Guida al GDPR per chi non ne vuol sapere: ma quante carrozze ha questo treno?

Ho appena finito di parlarvi amabilmente degli articoli 1 e 2 del primo capitolo di quell’avvincente romanzo che è il GDPR che già siamo arrivati all’articolo 3, e sembrava solo ieri che stavamo leggendo il titolo…. Beh torniamo quindi a noi. Articolo 3 L’articolo 3 introduce, in un legalese da paura, l’ambito territoriale di pertinenza del GDPR che, tradotto in italiano, significa dove deve risiedere un soggetto per finire invischiato in tutto questo. La lettura puntuale dell’articolo è un esercizio semantico interessante e non banale. Come a dire che è scritto in maniera abbastanza incomprensibile. Cerchiamo di tirare un sospiro…

Privacy Shield just born already dead

The new move coming form the other side of the Ocean (and yes I mean USA) is aligned with Mr. Trump approach to international agreements. After Paris climate agreement Donald Trump presidency is shining again in its confrontation with old europe. The target now is the Privacy Shield Agreement, the agreement that has been reached between USA and EU in order to protect the privacy of EU citizen whose data are collected by USA company. It should not comes out as a surprise, historically the to side of the ocean have had a deep different approach to personal data protection….

Guida al GDPR per chi non ne vuol sapere: e se provate a leggerlo il GDPR vi cala la palpebra?

  Domanda: Che vuol dire GDPR?   Se otteniamo questo tipo di risposte: Grandiosa Donazione Per Riluttanti? Geniale Dono Per Repubblicani? Generosa Dotazione Per Remittenti? … Allora abbiamo un piccolo problemino.   GDPR significa General Data Protection Regulation   Allora proviamo a capirci: almeno cosa significhi l’acronimo (che non richiede acredine nella lettura) dovrebbe essere assodato. Insomma, ma lo avete sfogliato? Se davvero volete implementarlo sto benedetto GDPR dovreste almeno provare a leggerlo, ma, vi assicuro, è una lettura non proprio amena. Mettiamola così, se riuscite a non addormentarvi dopo la prima pagina siete già a buon punto, ma dopo…

GDPR and the technology market

Question: will the new privacy policies and laws impact the technology market? This is an interesting question to ask ourselves; whether we are consumer of the technology market or technology vendors the impact of the new technologies (from cloud to IoT, from industry 4.0 to big data just to name the most acknowledged from a marketing point of view) privacy regulations can affect heavily our behaviours and the market. so let try to understand what could be the implications of this new focus on privacy and data protection. First of all we should try to understand what we are talking…

The IoT Files – Privacy

In the previous post “The IoT Files – intro and security” I started to talk about Security issues related to the IoT world. Security imply a wide range of elements, one of them is Privacy. But since the nature of this topic is particularly sensitive I will talk about it separately. Privacy in the Internet of Things assume a different taste than we used to think. We should think again what IoT means. A lot of objects that are able to communicate and process data,  equipped with sensors that make them aware of the neighborhood. Those sensors will be able to…

Time for enterprises to think about security, seriously

View image | gettyimages.com UE directive on Attack against information systems  give us no more excuse to deal seriously, Under the new rules, illegal access, system interference or interception constitute criminal offence across the EU. But while the legislator is working to create tools to address cybercrime as a Whole system problem, that is affecting EU economy, what are enterprise doing on this side? The problem is that if enterprises does not align their cyber security defence to the correct approach every legislation will be useless, because the target will be always too easy. Makes absolutely no sense to start…

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