SecAppDev 2020 Lecture Details

Privacy and data protection in the processing of (health-related) data

Griet Verhenneman
Friday March 13, 09:00 - 10:30
Short description

TBD

Abstract

TBD

Key takeaway

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Content level

Introductory

Target audience

Anyone responsible for data protection or building privacy-sensitive applications

Prerequisites

None


Griet Verhenneman

Griet Verhenneman

DPO, UZ Leuven

Griet Verhenneman is the Data Protection Officer at UZ Leuven, where she is responsible for advising care, research and HR departments on data protection. Before joining UZ Leuven as DPO, Griet was working at KU Leuven - CiTiP. As a legal researcher she participated in interdisciplinary research projects covering a broad spectrum of eHealth-related topics. Data protection and privacy have been the common thread in her career.

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