Forthcoming Content

A selection of articles scheduled for publication in Volume 2 of Journal of Data Protection & Privacy – consisting of four quarterly 100-page issues – includes:

  • How to prepare for data breaches? Lessons learned from recent incidents
    Paul Lanois, an attorney admitted to the Bars of the District of Columbia (DC-USA), New York (NY-USA) and the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS)
  • Comparing the benefits of pseudonymization and anonymization under the GDPR​​​​​​​
    Mike Hintze, partner at Hintze Law PLLC, and Khaled El Emam, founder and President, Privacy Analytics
  • Processing data in health and care services: To consent or not to consent, that is the question​​​​​​​
    Adam Horton-Tuckett, Information Governance Consultancy Lead at NHS South, Central and West and Helena Ashton-Wenham, Data Protection Expert Information Governance Lead - Connecting Care Programme at NHS South, Central and West CSU
  • Understanding ‘what is privacy’ for millennials on Facebook in India​​​​​​​
    Neeraj Pandey, Associate Professor of Marketing at National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) Mumbai, and Bhargav Gudipudi, consultant at Deloitte
  • Industry 4.0 and the GDPR: Two sides of the same coin
    Ricardo Pinto Head of Information Security & Data Protection and certified ISO27001 lead implementer, Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E), Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and advanced data protection officer (DPO) by the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) 
  • Lawful disclosure of administrative data for research purposes in the UK
    Jessica Bell, Susan E Wallace, Miranda Mourby, Heather Gowans, Stergios Aidinlis, Hannah Smith, Jane Kaye, Researchers, Helex, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University Of Oxford
  • The directive on security of networks and information systems (NISD): One more critical step towards a ‘connected digital single market’ for the EU
    Abigail Dubiniecki, Specialist, My Inhouse Lawyer
  • How profiling can be GDPR compliant and lead to value creation for businesses with privacy as the ultimate dealmaker
    Laura Brodahl, Data Protection & Privacy Lawyer, Law Square and Vincent Jocquet, Senior Vice-President Finance & Operations, Sentiance
  • German Facebook ruling
    Stephen Wilkinson, Director, Risk Management, S-RM
  • GDPR - Valuing data, assessing risk and consent services
    Stephen Cameron, Founder & CEO, iconsenta
  • The blockchain-GDPR paradox
    Andries Van Humbeeck, Blockchain Blacksmith
  • Are you ready for the applied GDPR?
    Stephen Wilkinson, Director, Risk Management, S-RM
  • A case study in GDPR Article 3 and supporting recitals: Why not get ready for the GDPR (or other global-reaching DP laws) to apply to your non-EU business?
    Lori Baker, Group Legal and Compliance Counsel, Moby Group
  • The GDPR accountability principle and the use of scenario workshops in the digital age
    Richard Preece, Director, DA Resilience
  • Cyber security developments in Israel
    Bentsi Ben-Atar, CMO, Sepio Systems
  • Data is your organisation’s core business: Are you prepared to govern it?           
    Annelies Moens, Managing Director, Privcore
  • GDPR’s tools to tackle AI and machine-driven data
    Anna Aurora Wennakoski, University of Helsinki 
  • EU as a single digital society with relevance to the socio-legal approach
    Shakila-Bu-Pasha, Doctoral Researcher with the Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki
  • The right to data portability: An in-depth look
    José Belo, CIPP/E, CIPM and Patricia Macedo Alves, CEO, DATTA
  • The future of national data retention legislation: Opinion of Advocate General Saugmandsgaard Øe
    Sascha Van Schendel, PHD Researcher, Tilburg Institute for Law
  • Book review: Copyright and Information Privacy - Conflicting rights in balance by Federica Giovanella
    Reviewed by Jose Belo