Stakeholder roles in achieving Data Protection (and security) by Design and Default in smart projects with IoT devices.
"Something needs to change when devices ask for personal data, professing to be ‘Smart’ or part of a ‘Smarter System’, but are then easily hacked into by criminals and allow that personal data to be stolen.
The European Union has updated its previous Directive on Data Protection with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in response to the way service providers collect, use, and process data. In addition, part of the response has been to clarify the Directive through the Article 29 Working Party Opinions which have been accepted, including one important Opinion relating to Internet of Things devices specifically. "
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