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Government access to personal data: how to guarantee security without undermining the European data economy?

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- Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl, DIGITALEUROPE -

The free flow of data will bring a wide range of social and economic benefits to the EU. A critical element for its success will be the confidence consumers have in storing and exchanging personal information in the Internet Cloud. Business will need to reassure consumers that their financial, personal, buying habits, travel destinations, use of products and services and communications is safe and not being shared inappropriately. The new rules of the GDPR will provide a consistent level of protection to EU citizens but efforts by foreign and EU governments to access personal data in the name of public security can pose a risk for businesses and innovation. Companies may soon be forced to breach consumer trust and in turn may be potentially exposed to substantial administrative, monetary or even criminal penalties.

IVSZ | EuDEco project
Data Economy Conference
Budapest, 2018. 01. 31.

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Government access to personal data: how to guarantee security without undermining the European data economy?

  1. 1. Data Economy Conference Budapest, 31 January 2018 Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl Director General DIGITALEUROPE
  2. 2. DIGITALEUROPE represents more than 25,000 Digital businesses. We are the voice of the European Digital Technology Industry. Vision - A European Union that nurtures and supports digital technology industries, and that prospers from the jobs we provide, the innovation and economic benefits we deliver and the societal challenges we address. Mission - To foster, on behalf of our members, a business, policy and regulatory environment in Europe that best realizes our vision. We will achieve this by working as positive partners with a wide range of stakeholders.
  3. 3. National Trade Associations Austria: IOÖ Belarus: INFOPARK Belgium: AGORIA Bulgaria: BAIT Cyprus: CITEA Croatia: Croatian Chamber of Economy Denmark: DI Digital, IT-BRANCHEN Estonia: ITL Finland: TIF France: AFNUM, Force Numérique, Tech in France Germany: BITKOM, ZVEI Greece: SEPE Hungary: IVSZ Ireland: Technology Ireland Italy: ANITEC Lithuania: Infobalt Netherlands: Nederland ICT, FIAR Poland: KIGEIT, PIIT, ZIPSEE Portugal: AGEFE Romania: APDETIC, ANIS Slovakia: ITAS Slovenia: GZS Spain: AMETIC Sweden: IT&Telekomföretagen, Foreningen Telekomföretagen i Sverige Switzerland: SWICO Turkey: Digital Turkey Platform, ECID Ukraine: IT Ukraine United Kingdom: TechUK
  4. 4. Corporate members Adobe Airbus Amazon AMD Apple Bose Brother Canon Cisco Dell Dropbox Epson Ericsson Fujitsu Google Hewlett-Packard Enterprise HP Inc. Hitachi Huawei IBM Intel JVC Kenwood Group Konica Minolta Kyocera Lenovo Lexmark LG Loewe Microsoft Mitsubishi Electric Motorola Solutions MSD NEC Nokia Nvidia Océ OKI Oracle Panasonic Philips Pioneer Qualcomm Ricoh International Samsung Schneider Electric SAP SAS Sharp Siemens Sony Swatch Group Tata Consultancy Services Technicolor Texas Instruments Toshiba TP Vision VMware Western Digital Xerox Zebra Technologies
  5. 5. The world has become digital… …digital is disruptive and changes the world for citizens, governments & companies
  6. 6. Digital is the only growth driver left Companies making use of a newly available set of accelerating technologies are performing 10 times better than their peers More than 75% of the value added created by the Internet is in traditional industries, due to higher productivity
  7. 7. Source: McKinsey Global Institute analysis
  8. 8. Data protection - Raising awareness & requesting clear, reasonable and workable rules
  9. 9. GDPR Facts • Only 19% of companies currently dealing with GDPR expect to be be ready by May 2018 • 175m € of profit loss in the UK alone due to reduced capacity for data analytics and customer prospecting Status • Only Germany and few others have made interpretations – maybe we will have more harmonisation then expected • Soft landing for SMEs expected • Commission knows this is process • WP29 and national governments at the centre of our lobbying Europe creating global Data protection standards? • Global companies are implementing globally • India, Japan, China all look at EU for inspiration • Will GDPR in the end be harmonising global data flows?
  10. 10. The ePrivacy layer… The rules of the past cannot apply to the digital services of today. Confidentiality of information and communication must be respected by corporations and governments
  11. 11. High-Level Strategy Group on Industrial Technologies First meeting on 21 November – Discussion on the new Industrial Investment Framework with Commission & 28 MS • Inputs on investments in Advanced Connectivity, AI, Big Data • Review of Member States’ best practice and priorities - continuous support for building up on top of the 4.0 success, with the build-out of the Technology Hubs and the inclusion of digital skills development into these hubs. • Outcome of HLSG: new industrial technology vision to become guiding star for EU investments and a list of investment areas also called Key-Enabling Technologies. Launch event with President Juncker on 22-23 February 2018 – EU Industry Days. 14
  12. 12. Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition
  13. 13. Thank you… … and get in touch! Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl Director-General cecilia.bonefeld-dahl@digitaleurope.org www.DIGITALEUROPE.org

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