Romanian Journal for Protection and the Security of Personal Data Cover Image

Revista română pentru protecţia şi securitatea datelor cu caracter personal
Romanian Journal for Protection and the Security of Personal Data

Publishing House: Universul Juridic
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence
Frequency: 4 issues
Print ISSN: 2668-6996
Status: Active

  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • Issue No. 01
  • Issue No. 02
  • Issue No. 03
  • Issue No. 04
  • Issue No. 01
  • Issue No. 02
  • Issue No. 01
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Short Description

Professionals in the field will need to invest in security solutions for data encryption, securing confidentiality, detecting potential threats and managing responses to data subjects (clients). Physical files or video audio recordings must meet specific, explicit and legitimate goals or purposes. The data collected in the legal system (data on parties, civil status documents, company contracts, etc.) regarding clients must be kept for a period that does not exceed the time required for use, if there is no legal provision in force to impose a certain duration of storage. There is a high demand on the market and there are many bidders in this area of interest. Adaptation to GDPR rules should not be viewed as having negative implications on the financial plan of the entities. Professionals can use this opportunity to design and implement an effective data management strategy and to move towards transparency-based management and to achieve an effective balance between legal outcomes and business objectives. These measures represent for consumers of services / goods, that is to say the identified / identifiable persons, an additional protection measure, and for the legal system it outlines a way to identify the risks of non-compliant data processing. The ideas presented above will represent the skeleton of the new Journal we propose. We believe that this will be an effective means of communication between the specialists in the field and the practitioners and we believe that a scientific dialogue structure is necessary.