The application of the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EC) 2016/679) starts on 25 May 2018. The Regulation will protect the personal data of all persons within the EU.
The Commission for Personal Data Protection and the European Data Protection Supervisor jointly organise the 40th International Conference on Data Protection and Privacy that will be held in 2018.
CPDP adopted a Strategy for Development in the Field of Personal Data Protection - "Horizon 2022". An integral part of the Strategy is the Action plan for its implementation.
On January 23rd 2018, in Sofia, at business center Capital Fort, SQUALIO Bulgaria, in cooperation with the Commission for personal data protection (CPDP), organizes an exclusive seminar „GDPR in detail. Legislative and technological aspects of the Regulation” Speaker at the event will be ... more
The Data Protection Authorities of Republic of Bulgaria and Republic of Macedonia conducted a simulation of a joint-inspection of a cross-border company, which is a data controller
In the first days of January 2018, representatives of the Data protection directorate of Republic of Macedonia took part in an educative visit to the Bulgarian data protection authority, during which time the two institutions exchanged experiences linked to their supervisory powers, and also discussed ... more
On 18th of December 2017, the Commission for Personal Data Protection hosted a training session for lecturers and fourth year students – Bachelor degree in „Public Administration” at the Academy of the Ministry of Interior. The training session began with familiarizing the participants ... more
Two-day work meeting between CPDP and representatives of the electronic communication services sector
On 14th and 15th of December 2017 a work meeting between experts from CPDP and representatives of the three mobile service providers in Bulgaria– Vivacom, Mobiltel and Telenor, took place. The initiative was undertaken by the mobile service providers. The goal– a discussion on ... more
The Commission for Personal Data Protection is amongst the top six institutions in the rankings of teaching administrations for 2017
The Commission for personal data protection ranked amongst the top six institutions in the teaching administrations rankings for 2017. The ranking is prepared by the Public Administration Institute and is based on self-assessment made pursuant to different indicators for a teaching organization. In2017, ... more
The Commission for Personal Data Protection offers “10 practical steps for the application of the General Data Protection Regulation”
On an ordinary board meeting, which took place on 15th of November 2017, CPDP voted on a guideline, which offers 10 practical steps for the application of the General Data Protection Regulation. ... more