On June 29, 2018, the Danish Data Protection Agency (Datatilysnet), in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice, published a guide on Article 25 (Data protection by design and by default) and Article 32 (Security of processing) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), to reflect the practical reality within which businesses and public authorities operate.
The guide is mainly addressed to data controllers and data processors who need to know how to provide the adequate level of protection when performing their processing activities and its aim is to support data processors and data controllers to comply with their obligations, as identified in the respective articles.
The guidance paper is divided into two parts:
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