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- 6/11/2020 - Privacy e data protection nel libro di Nicola Fabiano by bonculture.it
Today 6 November 2020 a contribution by the editorial staff of bonculure.it entitled “Privacy e data protection nel libro di Nicola Fabiano” (in Italian) was published, which mentions the book entitled “GDPR & Privacy. Awareness and opportunities. The approach with the Data Protection and Privacy Relationships Model (DAPPREMO)” with a specific reference to DAPPREMO.
We thank the editorial staff, and we hope that the DAPPREMO model will be increasingly known with a view to greater awareness of privacy and protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data.
- 26 October 2020 - Italia Oggi
The DAPPREMO model was mentioned in the article written by Antonio Ciccia Messina – whom we thank – entitled “Dati sotto assedio nel dark web Con danni per 6 mila mld $“, published in the newspaper “Italia Oggi” on 26 October 2020.
We have been authorized to publish the article.
The highlighted part concerns the topics on neuroscience and DAPPREMO.
- Review by Punit Bhatia
In this digital age, data defines our identity. And, the protection of our personal data is key.
In this book, Nicola articulates the concept of data sovereignty and the risks to personal data in a world that is increasingly oriented to processing of data at each step of our lives. Even in a pandemic alert systems, process data. The DAPPREMO model provides an approach to quantify this by the usage of set theory. This is an interesting read and I would certainly recommend it.
Privacy Author, Consultant and Trainer
Punit Bhatia is one of the leading privacy experts who has worked with professionals in over 30 countries. Punit helps business and privacy leaders on GDPR-based privacy compliance through online as well as in-person training and consulting. Punit is also the host of FIT4PRIVACY podcast and author of books that include “Be Ready for GDPR”.
- Book review by Prof. Parag Chatterjee