The Cyber and Data Security Lab (CDSL) aims to explore the legal aspects of cybersecurity and information security. It is part of the internationally renowned Research Group on Law, Science, Technology & Society (LSTS) at the Faculty of Law and Criminology of Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium. As per its mission statement, CDSL aims to further knowledge, promote awareness, and foster new ideas within the legal framework on cybersecurity and information security, both globally and within the EU. To this end it carries out funded research, assumes advisory roles, publishes its findings and encourages international dialogue within its fields of expertise.
- A new blog post on "Op-Ed: “Dismissing data protection officers in Germany – a matter of good cause and major difficulties for employers!” has been published in EU Law Live, by Daniel Wasser, Nardin Maarouf-Wasser and Vagelis Papakonstantinou. The text will remain freely...
- « What standards for the security of law firms ?”: new chapter published by CDSL's Franck Dumortier in "La mise en œuvre du RGPD chez les avocat(e)s", edited by Anthemis. The book can be purchased on https://www.anthemis.be/en/shop/product/rgpdavo-la-mise-en-oeuvre-du-rgp...
- New chapter, in European Liberal Forum's "European Cybersecurity in Context", edited by Luigi Martino and Nada Gamal, by CDSL's Vagelis Papakonstantinou, on "The Need to Introduce a New Individual Right to Cybersecurity". ELF kindly provides this book as open acce...
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CDSL will organise a lunch workshop on Thursday, November 24, from 12:00 until 14:30, on "New EU legislation in the field of Cybersecurity: the NIS2 directive" in order to discuss recent developments in EU cybersecurity law, specifically the draft NIS2 Directive.
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CDSL will be hosting a panel in this year's CPDP. In line with CPDP's title ("Data Protection and Privacy in Transitional Times") our own panel will discuss whether "law can be determinate in an indeterminate world".
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