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 […]

Reporting Personal Data Breaches: proving the “unlikely”

There has been an ongoing discussion regarding the reporting of breaches to National Authorities since Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR) went live just over a year ago. Pinsent Mason’s law firm, in their recent review of reporting of personal data breaches (PDBs) in the UK, noted that there had been a spike in the reporting of […]

The right to rectification – clarifications from the Data Protection Commission

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Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) in a blog post on its website examined complaints into the right to rectification within Article 16 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Whilst the blog post is for guidance purposes only, it does offer some insight into the thought process within the DPC. The legal framework According to […]

Data Science Frontiers – Capturing the benefits of “extreme scale” analytics

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Extreme scale analytics is characterised by a data volume, variety or velocity well beyond traditional “big data” measures, which require new computing skills and tools able to organise and analyse these enormous data sets. This latest technological development at the frontiers of data science may have an extreme impact on specific industrial sectors or service […]

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