An EU working group is consulting on draft guidelines determining how businesses will report data breaches under the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Guidelines on personal data breach notifications and data profiling, which were first adopted on October 3, have now been opened for discussion by the Article 29 Working Party, a group comprising representatives from EU supervisory authorities, institutions and the European Commission.
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