Tag Archives: eHealth

UK Data Protection Regulator Surveys Use Of Smart Medical Devices

 This post originally appeared on our sister blog, InsideMedicalDevices. The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has launched an informal survey of current practices relating to the use of data-enabled medical devices and apps. The short and anonymous survey explores whether organisations have put in place specific policies and procedures, asset registers, IT security requirements for … Continue Reading

E-Health Take Note: Standards Published For Personal Data In The Cloud

The health sector handles substantial quantities of personal information, including information that is deemed to be “sensitive” under European data protection regimes.  For that reason, health care providers sometimes question their ability to take advantage of increasingly popular e-health cloud services.  While EU lawmakers are contemplating a “European Privacy Seal” – which could, if done … Continue Reading

European Regulators Set Out Data Anonymization Standards

This post was originally published on our sister blog Inside Privacy On April 10, 2014, the Article 29 Working Party adopted an Opinion on anonymization techniques.  The Working Party accepts that anonymization techniques can help individuals and society reap the benefits of “open data” initiatives – initiatives intended to make various types of data more freely available … Continue Reading
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