On the eve of the International Day of Personal Data Protection, a round table was held in the Office of the Ombudsman

The event was attended by representatives of the Commissioner, the Verkhovna Rada, the Office of the President of Ukraine, the Council of Europe, the EU4DigitalUA project, and public organizations.

The Ombudsman’s Secretariat presented the results of monitoring the state of ensuring the right to personal data protection in 2022.

George Paparyga, a representative of the Cyber ​​War Research Institute, presented a report on the relevance of personal data protection in cyber war conditions.

They discussed the prospects of updating the legislation, taking into account international standards, about artificial intelligence and personal data, and about today’s challenges that must be solved at the state level, including involving the cyber community.