Risposta perWhat impact will this regulation have on current National Laws?

By | Tuesday December 15th, 2015

  The Proposal (“Proposal for a Regulation on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data“) is a Regulation, not a Directive: while Directives require national authorities to draw up legislation in order to conform with the directive, Regulations are applied in full without the need for national legislation.
Such a unified data protection Regulation aims to harmonise and enforce (introducing stronger enforcement rights and principles) in a single law different laws and implementation that have led to different data protection levels across the European Union.
N.B.: the Regulation will be applied in every EU Member State after two years of transition period in order to allow everybody to adapt to the new rules. 


About Biagio Lammoglia

Biagio Lammoglia is a freelancer as a Compliance & Privacy Officer since 2014. For the previous sixteen years he had been working with a retail company, first as a Technical and Infrastuctured Manager and then as a Security and Compliance Officer, providing guidance in security strategy, policies and privacy issue. He is a graduate of the University of Milan in Computer Science (formally Laurea in Scienze dell'Informazione) and member of CLUSIT (Associazione Italiana per la Sicurezza Informatica) as well as member of FederPrivacy (Federazione Italiana della Privacy).