Comments on the NIS 2.0 Proposal
The proposal for a NIS 2.0 Directive was welcomed at large. Since the publication of the proposal in December 2020, a variety of stakeholders have issued statements or have been responding directly to the Commission initiative. For some, the proposal reaches too far, while others stress a need to alignment with further initiatives in the … Continued
Whistleblowing or Denunciation?
Very interesting discussions at the Ethics in the Age of Smart Systems where Bettina Berendt of the Weizenbaum Institut and I presented our work towards Ethical and Technical Opportunities in the Age of Electronic Communication. While we are all convinced that anonymity (provided by anonymous communication technology) can help to early discover fraud and other … Continued
New Publication: Synergies in Cybersecurity Incident Reporting – The NIS Cooperation Group Publication 04/20 in Context
A central element of EU cybersecurity legislation is the reporting of security breaches. Mandatory reporting to national authorities promotes a culture of risk management, while also providing for the sharing of information about vulnerabilities. In this line, the GDPR introduced reporting obligations for data controllers based on the assumption that security challenges and relevant mitigation … Continued
BILETA Conference 2021: Taken by Surprise: (Re-)Constituting the Critical in an Age of Digital and Pandemic
14 – 16 April 2021 We are present at the annual conference of the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association and present the following papers: Sandra Schmitz/Stefan Schiffner: “Every Student Can Learn, just not on the same Day” – Data Protection and Cybersecurity Challenges for E-Learning Platforms Abstract When George Evans stated that … Continued