The aim of the Task Force Data Protection is to monitor and collect information about ongoing and emerging technical trends (approaches, tools, etc) in the data protection and pseudonymisation mechanisms area. The goal is to provide recommendations for future actions related to data protection.
This Task Force is expected to develop a comprehensive overview of status and trends in the data protection and pseudonymisation technical priority area, with associated recommendations/advise for BDVA.
The Data Protection Task Force focuses on the primordial influence of data protection on many aspects involved in data processing, including utility, performance, and quality. This process starts with the growing awareness of the salience of data protection, and results in increasing interest in privacy-preserving technologies and other technical and non-technical measures to ensure data protection. This need is further intensified by the upsurge of AI, requiring the processing of ever larger amounts of data, and offering new attack possibilities on data privacy.