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Erik Valgaeren was a panelist at the Symposium on Policy Impediments to eCrime Data Exchange in Barcelona

Erik Valgaeren was a panelist at the Symposium on Policy Impediments to eCrime Data Exchange in Barcelona

Erik Valgaeren was a panelist at the Symposium on Policy Impediments to eCrime Data Exchange in Barcelona

04.06.2018 BE law

This 2018 Symposium addressed cybersecurity regulations, laws, treaty conventions and interpretations that introduce roadblocks to sharing cybercrime event data.

Among the issues discussed: does the “legitimate interest” offer a valid basis for processing of personal data in preventive cybercrime actions? How does “proportionality” play out when various industry players start pooling data to perform meaningful analysis? And what is the potential for codes of conduct in this area?

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