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Here you can find the official content of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation) in the current version. All Articles of the GDPR are linked with suitable recitals.

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What is the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) 2021-2023 Strategy

European Data Protection Board (EBPD) strategy 2021-2023

On 15 December 2020, just as the year ended, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted its strategy for the next three years during its 43rd plenary session.

The European Data Protection Board is an independent European body composed of representatives of the national data protection authorities and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS).

The EDPB was established by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to contribute to the consistent application of data protection rules throughout the EU and cooperation between the EU’s supervisory authorities.

According to the most recent EDPB annual report for 2019, the main objectives for 2020 were aimed at guiding controllers and processors, data subject rights, and the concept of legitimate interest and providing legislative consultations to the European Commission on issues related to personal data protection.

The EDPB strategy for 2021-2023 adds to its previous work. It is directed at challenges in personal data protection within and beyond the EU borders, centered around four main pillars of their objectives, as well as a set of key actions to help achieve those initiatives.

four main pillars of EDPB data protection strategy for 2021- 2023

Read the entire document on EDPB strategy for 2021-2023, or continue reading our summarized version.

PILLAR #1- ADVANCING HARMONISATION AND FACILITATING COMPLIANCE

The first pillar is dedicated to achieving maximum consistency in applying data protection laws and minimizing fragmentation between the different Member Stateskey actions for first pillar of EDPB strategy for 2021-2023Key actions will be focused on guiding different areas of data protection to ensure consistent application and engagement with a wide range of external stakeholders, including companies, DPOs, and different data protection professionals.

The EDPB will also promote developing and implementing compliance mechanisms for controllers and processors through workshops and staff training.

The last key action in the first pillar will be fostering the development of common tools for a wider audience.

The Board will develop tools specifically tailored for non-expert professionals, such as SMEs and data subjects, based on the available resources.

PILLAR #2- EFFECTIVE ENFORCEMENT AND EFFICIENT COOPERATION BETWEEN SUPERVISORY AUTHORITIES

Cooperation between national supervisory authorities is one of the key elements for ensuring consistency mechanisms and enforcing the GDPR as intended. Therefore the EDPB has set out to develop a genuine EU-wide enforcement culture.key actions for the second pillar of EDPB strategy

Key actions that the EDPB will take focus on bridging gaps and differences between national enforcement procedures and facilitating the use of the full range of cooperation tools.

The strategy mentions implementing a Coordinated Enforcement Framework (CEF) to facilitate the coordination of enforcement actions driven by commonly identified priorities and using common methodologies.

To further support the second pillar, the EDPB has established a – Support Pool of Experts (SPE). The SPE is supposed to provide support through expertise in investigations and enforcement activities of significant common interest and to enhance the cooperation between all supervisory authorities.

PILLAR #3- A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS APPROACH TO NEW TECHNOLOGIES

In the next three years, the EDPB will be monitoring emerging technologies to align them with fundamental rights and societal values and monitor their impact on the lives of individuals. three key actions of Eureopan Data Protection Board for third pillar of new technologiesKey actions that will be taken to support the third pillar will be focused on assessing new technology, reinforcing data protection by design and by default, and intensifying engagement and cooperation with other regulators.

The EDPB is planning to achieve these goals by guiding new technological applications in areas such as artificial intelligence (AI), biometrics, profiling, or ad tech, as well as providing guidance on how to implement data protection principles effectively.

PILLAR #4- THE GLOBAL DIMENSION

The EDPB plans to enhance its engagement with the international community to promote EU data protection as a global model and ensure effective personal data protection beyond EU borders.

The main focus of the fourth pillar is on global standards for international data transfers to third countries in the private and public sectors.key action for global dimension pillar of the EDPB strategy for 2021-2023

Key actions will be promoting transfer tools to ensure an equivalent level of data protection and utilizing these tools to provide a high level of protection guaranteed in the EEA.

Engaging with the international community is one of the important key actions to engage in dialogue with international organizations and institutions to support the cooperation between EDPB and the supervisory authorities of third countries.

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