GPEN

AcronymDefinition
GPENGpio Enable
GPENGround Penetration
GPENGlobalization of Pharmaceutics Education Network, Inc. (University of Kansas)
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The GPEN membership will be headed by ADGM's Registration Authority, RA, the data protection regulator of ADGM.
Established in 2010, GPEN is an international network of data protection authorities, comprised of over 60 members from around 50 different countries and regions with the purpose of facilitating cross border enforcement of privacy protection laws and strengthening personal privacy and data protection in a global context.
The GPEN membership will be headed by ADGM's data protection regulator - Registration Authority (RA).
The GPEN membership will strengthen ADGM's ability to raise awareness of the importance of privacy and data protection and will also provide a platform to share best practice and facilitate co-operation on privacy law enforcement.
Accordingly, the 26 privacy enforcement authorities that make up GPEN examined the privacy policies of over 300 businesses around the world, including 45 used by Australian consumers every day.
"The ICO and the other GPEN members will be writing out to those developers where there is clear room for improvement.
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SEC542: Web App Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking will be led by Adrien de Beaupre, a member of the SANS Internet Storm Center and holder of a variety of certifications including the GXPN, GPEN, GWAPT, GCIH, GCIA, GSEC, CISSP, OPST, and OPSA.
The joint recommendation follows a mobile app privacy sweep in May 2014 by the Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN) that found many popular mobile apps were seeking access to large amounts of personal information without adequately explaining how that information would be used.
As mobile apps increase in popularity, many of them are seeking access to large amounts of personal information without adequately explaining how that information is being used, participants in the second annual Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN) Privacy Sweep found.
The OAIC will also highlight privacy issues associated with mobile apps when it participates in an international mobile app privacy sweep next week, an initiative of the Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN).