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Presentation of case studies: how GDPR is going to affect research data

On Wednesday 25th of April 2018 took place the first edition of Luxembourg’s ‘Data Conversations’ series, themed over the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which provides new and updated rules for the protection of personal data which will become applicable in a month on the 25th of May 2018. Six speakers and more than 60 researchers and research support officers participated to the event.

After a few opening words from the organiser (OpenAIRE and the University of Luxembourg Library), a general overview of the concept of personal data and the key legal changes with the GDPR was presented by Sandrine Munoz (Data Protection Officer, University of Luxembourg). Christian Hutter (Chief Information Security Officer, University of Luxembourg) followed by establishing a link between the GDPR and information security, insisting on the three pillars of information protection: confidentiality, integrity and availability. The ISO 27001 ideas and concepts can help in designing and implementing such privacy measures. Organisational and practical advice were given, for instance getting the habit to encrypt portable devices containing personal data.

Four researchers then presented their case studies of how the GDPR is going to affect their own research. (…)

Lien vers les présentations : Data conversations – OpenAire