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Eén Europese standaard voor bescherming persoonsgegevens

Eén Europese standaard voor bescherming persoonsgegevens

Eén Europese standaard voor bescherming persoonsgegevens

09.03.2017 NL law

Judica Krikke lichtte op 15 februari tijdens het congres IT & Information Security 2017 in ’s-Hertogenbosch de nieuwe Europese Algemene Verordening Gegevensbescherming (AVG) toe. Volgens haar is de AVG voor veel Nederlandse bedrijven een wake up-call. “We hebben de Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens al geruime tijd, maar we hebben hem met z’n allen een beetje genegeerd.”

Tekstschrijfster Sarah De Preter maakte voor Siemens een artikel naar aanleiding van haar lezing. Het artikel kun je hier vinden.

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