Provenance-Enabled Stewardship of Human Data in the GDPR Era
Within life-science research the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation has a significant operational impact on organisations that use and exchange controlled-access Human Data. One implication of the GDPR is data bookkeeping. In this poster we describe a software tool, the Data Information System (DAISY), designed to record data protection relevant provenance of Human Data held and exchanged by research organisations.
KeywordsGDPR Human Data Provenance
This work was (partially) funded through the contribution of the Luxembourg Ministry of Higher Education and Research towards the Luxembourg ELIXIR Node.
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