The European Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published a new report regarding techniques for data protection by design
On privacy dilemmas in data collection and use
In this brainfood, we provide some general tips and tricks you can take into account if you want to make your data more secure against all-comprehensive surveillance by companies or governments and/or all your data being made publicly available by a single data leak.
This brAInfood presents a number of concerns related to the privacy and data protection of voice assistants.
The need for privacy is rising and more and more important in the development of new applications. LINDDUN is a method developed for the assessment of privacy within an AI application