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The 6th SIG-NOC meeting: hazy visions of the future

In October, we boldly stated in our blog, that at the sixth meeting of the Special Interest Group Network Operating Centre (SIG-NOC), we would be looking at the NOC of the future. Our latest meeting took place last November in… Continue Reading →

GDPR, cloud and the shared responsibility model

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides organisations that process data through cloud services with some unique challenges and opportunities. Before talking about GDPR obligations, we must talk a little bit about the cloud shared responsibility model. This model is… Continue Reading →

IUCC hosts GDPR workshop

In light of technological developments that allow the nearly unlimited collection and exchange of information on the internet, cellular internet and the Internet of Things (IoT), protecting privacy has become a vital right, and a vulnerability, for individuals. On December… Continue Reading →

Who’s afraid of the GDPR?

In homage to Halloween, GÉANT has spent this week focusing on one of the big monsters facing all of our community over the next 8 months – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The fact that there are only 205… Continue Reading →

Finding differences and commonalities in approaches to GDPR

On August 28th, a group of privacy-minded people gathered in Berlin to discuss what organisations in the GÉANT community are doing to deal with the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and what we could be doing together. It was… Continue Reading →

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