This work categorizes blockchain-based systems into a taxonomy based on differences in blockchain architectures, governance models, and other salient features. Context is provided for the taxonomy through the description of related terms, emerging standards, and use cases while highlighting relevant security and privacy considerations.
The standard processor agreement has been adopted by the Danish SA pursuant to art. 28(8) GDPR and aims at helping organisations to meet the requirements of art. 28 (3) and (4), given the fact that the contract between controller and processor cannot just restate the provisions of the GDPR but should further specify them, e.g. with regard to the assistance provided by the processor to the controller.
Guidelines establish requirements for credit institutions, investment firms and payment service providers (PSPs) on the mitigation and management of their information and communication technology (ICT) and security risks and aim to ensure a consistent and robust approach across the Single market.
EIOPA issues these Guidelines addressed to the supervisory authorities to provide guidance on how insurance and reinsurance undertakings should apply the governance requirements foreseen in Directive 2009/138/EC6 (“Solvency II Directive”) and in Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 2015/357 (“Delegated Regulation”) in the context of ICT security and governance.
NIST has conducted tests to quantify demographic differences in contemporary face recognition algorithms. This report provides details about the recognition process, notes where demographic effects could occur, details specific performance metrics and analyses, gives empirical results, and recommends research into the mitigation of performance deficiencies. NIST intends this report to inform discussion and decisions about […]