“Staying ahead of the curve” – Data-driven policing tools to combat crime and terrorism

Terrorism and organised crime are evolving phenomena with high societal impacts. Increasingly, criminal organisations use new technologies to strengthen their capabilities to support their activities, such as phishing kits and malware. As emphasised by Europol for almost all types of organised crime, criminals are deploying and adapting technology with ever greater skill and to ever […]

Developing GDPR training materials for data protection authorities

We are delighted to introduce the STAR GDPR training material. As a result of the collaboration between the Law, Science, Technology & Society research group at VUB (https://lsts.research.vub.be/), the Hungarian data protection authority NAIH (https://naih.hu/) and Trilateral Research, as part of the EC funded project STAR, we have developed a set of General Data Protection […]

Privacy, data protection and drone operations: the new EASA Guidance

Trilateral’s DroneRules PRO materials on privacy and data protection have been included in official European Aviation Safety Agency Guidance to assist the drone industry to comply with the new EU wide drone Regulations and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In 2018 the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) took over regulatory responsibility for the use […]

Training sessions for drone professionals – Online Data Privacy Course

On 25 September 2019, Trilateral conducted, in cooperation with RoboAcademy, a DroneRules PRO training session at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering TU Delft in the Netherlands. This was the final in a series of workshops that brought together more than 90 drone stakeholders in 6 different countries (Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands) and gave […]

Privacy Insight: Anonymisation and data-erasure requests

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Anonymisation and data-erasure requests: a perfect solution or a dangerous false friend? With the GDPR now fully applicable, data subjects are entitled to exercise a number of new rights over their personal data undergoing processing by organisations. They are able to demand that – in certain circumstances and with some limitations – organisations abide their […]