Businesses should not need to publicize personal data breaches if data is encrypted, say EU ministers
Businesses should not need to notify consumers that their personal data has been lost or stolen if the data has been encrypted, EU ministers have said.
Ministers in the Justice and Home Affairs Committee of the EU’s Council of Ministers backed the plans as part of a wider partial agreement reached last week on reforms to EU data protection laws (44-page / 491KB PDF).
The Committee met in Luxembourg to discuss the draft General Data Protection Regulation.
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