Improving Practical and Helpful Cooperation Between Data Protection Authorities

PHAEDRA was a two-year project, from 2013-2015. The aim of the project was to help improve co-operation and co-ordination between data protection authorities (DPAs) and privacy commissioners around the world. Among other activities, Trilateral was involved in designing and conducting a survey of DPAs from around the world as well as developing close working relationships with these authorities. PHAEDRA II (2015-2017) builds upon the success of PHAEDRA, focusing upon cooperation between DPAs in the European Union during and after the data protection reform process. Trilateral has consulted with EU DPAs to understand their viewpoints, and has identified best practices in cooperation across areas such as enforcement, public communication and technology foresight.

PHAEDRA II is funded under the European Union Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme, Grant agreement: JUST/2013/FRAC/AG/6068

Client: European Union’s Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme

‘Risk Assessment Report and Methodology’

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