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This is Jisc's response to the ICO's request for feedback on Profiling under the General Data Protection Regulation. 1. When, how and why does your organisation carry out profiling? Do you agree that there has to be a predictive element, or some degree of inference for the processing to be considered profiling?
The Guidance makes a surprisingly broad distinction between public and private sector organisations, even when they process the same data for the same purposes. This would remove important protections when personal data are processed by the public sector, and does not appear to be required by the General Data Protection Regulation that the Guidance aims to implement.
These are Jisc's comments on the Article 29 Working Party's Guidelines on the Right to Data Portability (WP242).
Once you have the appropriate certificate credit on your organisation's Certificate Service account, you can proceed and request the required S/MIME email certificate, by clicking on the 'Request Certificate' tab in the JCS portal. The following steps apply: Request Certificate 1. Is the certificate for a primary or secondary school? Note: S/MIME certificates are not available for school owned domains.
This is Jisc's submission to the Intellectual Property Office Call for Views: Modernising the European Copyright Framework.
Once you have the appropriate certificate credit on your organisation's Certificate Service account, you can proceed and request the required S/MIME email certificate, by clicking on the 'Request Certificate' tab in the JCS portal. The following steps apply: Request Certificate 1. Is the certificate for a primary or secondary school? Note: S/MIME certificates are not available for school owned domains.
This section contains further information about how to request and obtain S/MIME certificates, and further help on how to install and configure S/MIME to work on users' email clients. S/MIME certificates, also called "Personal certificates", enable users to digitally sign emails and optionally to encrypt email messages. Sending a digitally signed email means the recipient is able to verify that the email has been sent from the sender's account. Digitally signing emails can therefore help reduce the chances of users falling foul to phishing attacks.
Jisc is the UK's expert body for digital technology and digital resources in higher education, further education and research. Since its foundation in the early 1990s, Jisc has played a pivotal role in the adoption of information technology by UK universities and colleges, supporting them to improve learning, teaching, the student experience and institutional efficiency, as well as enabling more powerful research.
As submitted to the House of Commons' Bill Committee
Click to follow link >> Hints and Tips for Connecting Problematic Devices to eduroam https://community.jisc.ac.uk/library/advisory-services/hints-and-tips-co... Document produced 2013