Journal of Data Protection & Privacy

Journal of Data Protection & Privacy provides an expert, peer-reviewed forum for the publication of academic and practitioner applied research, briefings, discussion, case studies, expert comment, analysis and insights on the key legal, regulatory, governance, operational and technological issues affecting data protection, privacy and information security globally.

Every published article is peer-reviewed by experts drawn from the journal's Editorial Board. Journal of Data Protection & Privacy is listed and indexed in Cabell's Directories of Publishing Opportunities and has been accepted for inclusion in the abstract and citation database, Scopus.

Journal of Data Protection & Privacy publishes articles addressing key topics including:

  • Current thinking on protection of business continuity over the two year GDPR transition period
  • Analysis of the key laws, regulations, court and administrative decisions in data protection and privacy practice in over 165 countries

  • Future legal and regulatory changes in the global data protection and privacy landscape

  • Operational and organisational challenges in implementing and meeting privacy requirements through recent case studies and analysis

  • Strategies for managing customer data in accordance with the GDPR, Data Protection Act 2018, CCPA 2018, Convention 108 and other legal and regulatory requirements

  • Understanding how to balance the rights, freedoms and interests of the individual against the need to unlock the power of data analysis using Artificial Intelligence and machine learning

  • Incorporating the latest regulatory and compliance technological solutions into a privacy program framework that help to mitigate risk

  • The growing importance of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) on a global basis

  • Powers and effectiveness of privacy supervisory authorities and regulators worldwide and across the EU, including national and supranational authorities such as the of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS)

  • The impact of Brexit on data privacy laws and enforcement in the UK and the EUThe importance of ethics and reputation in the processing personal data

Essential reading for Presidents, CEOs, CTOs, CFOs, COOs and CIOs in private and public sectors, Government Departments and membership/trade bodies together with:

  • Customer insights and analytics executives
  • Board Directors
  • Chief Privacy Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Heads of IT
  • Heads of Compliance
  • Heads of Human Resources
  • Marketing Directors
  • Heads of Marketing
  • Sales Directors
  • Heads of Sales
  • Outsourcing providers
  • Cloud services providers
  • Trade bodies
  • Government Departments
  • Academics and researchers
  • Lawyers specialising in data and technology
  • Regulators


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