Nymity and Bulgaria's Commission for Personal Data Protection (CPDP) have announced the signing of a long-term cooperative agreement focused on supporting the commission’s implementation of accountability initiatives. As part of the terms of the agreement the CPDP will be granted permission to use the Nymity Privacy Management Accountability Framework. This framework identifies all privacy management activities and then structures those activities based on a privacy management process.
This agreement is a result, in part, of the new European legal framework currently under discussion in the European Parliament. One of the features of that new legal framework would be the accountability requirement that will need to be adhered to by data controllers. Hence, Bulgaria’s efforts to improve and implement accountability measures.
As part of its ongoing effort to support the agreement with Bulgaria, Nymity announced it will soon be releasing its latest research, "Getting to Accountability: Building an Effective Privacy Management Program," which along with other materials already available, will aid Bulgaria's CPDP in implementing its short-term and long-term accountability goals.
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