Tag Archives: Data Protection Officer

How to prepare to comply to GDPR

The GDPR was born one year ago (on the 27th April, published on GUE on 4th May 2016) and many have not yet outlined an adjustment plan. There is only one year left to comply to (the deadline is established on 25th May 2018). Some data protection authority of each EU Member State have published… Read More »

Terminology differences between D.lgs 196/2003 and GDPR Regulation (EU) 2016/679

One of the benefits introduced by GDPR is about conforming the terminology at European level. But it is verifiable a disadvantage related to the figures involved, leaving the Italian scheme of D. Lgs. 196/2003 and considering the linguistic difference.                Lgs.196/2003                  … Read More »

Data Protection Officer, close to a unified certification scheme … and more

After more than a year of work, the draft of a national UNI/UNINFO standard defining profiles and competences of data protection and processing professionals reached its final public inquiry stage. One of the declared goals is to bring common, shared rules to avoid a “far west” effect on a market already crowded by proprietary initiatives,… Read More »

Relevance and cost of the Data Protection Officer in healthcare organizations

The legislation fixes the data protection as a general problem of high priority, and obliges organizations address data protection seriously and consciously, outlining the tools and strategies to get organized coherently and do their part to counter this risky situation. The GDPR defines an approach for the creation of a system in which information security is… Read More »

GDPR guest star at Politecnico University

Aula Magna packed and great audience interest on 17/1 for the conference dedicated to GDPR by the Information Security & Privacy Observatory of Politecnico University in Milan. In his introduction Alessandro Piva (Observatory Director) has anticipated some results of the Research that will be presented on 2/2, which shows the breadth and diversity of threats,… Read More »

BODY IN CHARGE OF VIGILANCE AND CONTROL AND PRIVACY ROLES: GENERAL EVALUATION AND FIRST CONSIDERATIONS ON DPO’S PROCESSINGS.

Giancarlo Butti has proposed the interesting topic concerning individuation of the role assigned to bodies in charge of vigilance and control within instances of personal data processing; these bodies are by their nature independent to the entity they supervise, even when being part of it. Among them, Butti has chosen as example the Organismo di… Read More »

Privacy risks related to technological and organizational obsolescence in healthcare

The personal health data are the set of information useful to reveal the state of health of a person and consist of personal medical history, results of instrumental and laboratory tests, diagnostic images, medical reports and other sensitive information. The nature of this data is to be at the center of the activities of health… Read More »

The role of Data Protection Officer in an healthcare organisation

The health data are processed in a technological domain very complex, often influenced by the presence of exceptions. These exceptions to the standard management processes add cost, complexity and redundancy in the system, worsening the proper functioning of healthcare organizations. The regulatory environment also does not provide the appropriate tools to attack the critical issues… Read More »