In the Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) ecosystem, cybersecurity … should be seen as a core enabler that protects safety and provides value to products and services, and is integrated in the lifecycles of products’ and services’ activities., says the European Union’s Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) in a new report on the cybersecurity challenge in

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC) have issued a joint guidance on “Cybersecurity Challenges in the Update of Artificial Intelligence in Autonomous Driving.”

Key Points
  • Because autonomous vehicles use AI for many aspects traditionally handled by human drivers, the classic approach of “securing digital

In atypical 2020 fashion, Santa actually gave UK the #1 present on its Christmas list: adequacy for cross-border data transfers from the EU as part of an overall trade deal.

Bloomberg reports the deal will include an interim solution for a maximum of 6 months while the European Commission considers a full adequacy decision for

Due to the importance of data protection law for employee monitoring practices, a careful and considered approach must be taken when potentially highly intrusive methods, such as tracking employee vehicles, are used. Employees must be informed of the existence of tracking and how it operates, as well as being clearly informed of all the purposes

Key Takeaways

  • Particularly

In a detailed report titled “Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles,” the European Commission sets out key data protection recommendations

Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) are vehicles that are both connected and automated and display one of the five levels of automation according to SAE International’s standard J3016, combined with the capacity to receive and/or

“Convention 108+ (Convention 108 as amended by the protocol) is set to become the international standard on privacy and data protection in the digital age, and represents a viable tool to facilitate international data transfers while guaranteeing an appropriate level of protection for people globally,”  say Alessandra Pierucci, Chair of the Committee of Convention 108

Privacy Shield is gone but not forgotten.

Adam C. Schlosser, for the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), writes on why the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield is still a useful data protection governance tool.

“Simply leaving the Privacy Shield program or disregarding its principles would be a mistake, particularly for those organizations that have already built