Privacy & Security and the UG
We work from home or on the train, we are connected to the internet 24/7, and we share a lot of information with each other for study and research purposes. We simply do all this, often without thinking about how safe it is and whether it is permitted. Could someone be looking over your shoulder, or could malicious parties be interested in your research data? And is it even necessary to store all these personal data of a student?
Just like other companies and government organizations, the UG must comply with a variety of measures in the field of privacy and data security.
Privacy & Security maturity programme
The maturity programme for Privacy & Security was initiated to help prevent cybercrime and digital attacks from outside. The UG has deliberately opted to embed privacy and security in one single programme. After all, actions or risks in the field of security also impact privacy. The aim of the programme is to increase maturity.
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