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CBP chairman Kohnstamm fears shortfall treat data leaks
CBP chairman Jacob Kohnstamm argues that the Authority from January 1 Personal staff lacks in order to carry out his new duties. Consequently, the supervisor would not have any data leakage reporting companies can investigate
CBP, which from 1 January Authority Personal Information will be called, will from that moment extra powers. Also new European regulations coming. Kohnstamm says in an interview with BNR the fear that the shortage of staff has implications for the treatment of reports of data breaches. According to him, there are initially created by the Ministry of Security and Justice, an estimated 60 000 cases per year. These would be adjusted later for no apparent reason at 6,000 cases.
According Kohnstamm there would be five times that of personnel needed to carry out the new tasks. Yet he does not see it as realistic that the Authority Personal Information will be flooded with messages. A software package was developed with which all messages in a ‘funnel’ reach. This would allow distinction to be drawn between serious and less serious alerts. On that basis, the regulator decides whether further investigation is needed.
Michiel Steltman, director of association Dutch Hosting Provider Association, fears also a shortage. This would result in him arbitrariness in dealing with notifications. Now, the Authority may impose high penalties for, among other things, the failure to report data leaks would be investigated only those messages according to him there for the stage look exciting. ” Moreover, the definition of a data breach would be too wide, making “every piece of data loss’ should be reported according Steltman.Viewing:-195
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