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Latest papers on privacy and data protection – May

Kaleidoscope on the Internet of Toys

Report by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) on safety, security, privacy and societal questions emerging from the rise of the Internet of Toys – “Internet Connected Toys that constitute, along with the wave of other domestic connected objects, the Internet of Things”.

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Who Watches the Watchers?

Report from Citi GPS: Global Perspectives & Solutions on how consumers are tracked, and how the data that is collected and analyzed, and how consumers feel about that.

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Practical Guide to Efficient Security Response

Whitepaper on data breaches with proposals how to decrease response time. It includes seven security operations capabilities you need, a handy checklist to evaluate your security operations capabilities, and best practices for efficient security response.

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Assessing Mobile App Data Privacy Risk

paper on mobile-risk scoring and how to do that in practice. It was carried out by IAPP and Kryptowire and is based on input of 400 privacy professionals.

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UN Report on Governmental Surveillance

UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy, Joseph Cannataci, presented his report on governmental surveillance and access to personal data from a national and international perspective.

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How  to Talk About the Right to Privacy at the UN

A brief guide on United Nations stand on privacy. Guide is prepared by Privacy International.

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Be Compromise Ready: Go Back to the Basics. 2017 Data Security
Incident Response Report

Survey on data security and incident response trends, and how to minimise data breach risks.

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Annual Report of the Data Protection Commissioner of Ireland

Annual report of the Data Protection Commissioner of Ireland for yer 2016.

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Certifications, Seals and Marks under the GDPR and Their
Roles as Accountability Tools and Cross-Border Data Transfer
Mechanisms

Discussion paper on Certifications, seals and marks under the GDPR prepared by Centre for Information Policy Leadership. It looks at regulation provided in GDPR and benefits of such mechanisms.

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DoJ is trying to predict how terrorists will use the Internet of Things

It is estimated that by year 2020 there will be anywhere up to 50 billion internet-connected devices and 20% of them will be cars and or trucks. Such rapid explosion of use of connected devices explodes comes with security risks. Therefore US Department of Justice, together with other agencies, is evaluating and trying to predict those risks before they come into reality.

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