Cyber intelligence for Health Care
Vitaly Trakhtenberg, Sales Director at RayZone Group LTD, company which creates cyber intelligence solutions for governmental and federal agencies, responded on one of Igor Kuzin`s request: “Imagine that a COVID-19 positive person queued in a supermarket. Owing to our system, we could determine people, who stood near that person, using only his or her phone number”. One of the questions adressed to Mr Trakhtenberg was about privacy violation and the use of personal data: “GDPR – four letters, that we have learned very well recently. Article 9, point (i) of the General Data Protection Regulation states that a ban on personal data processing is not accepted when "processing is necessary for reasons of public interest in the area of public health, such as protecting against serious cross-border threats to health. Our system is already working in some EU countries and in North America”.
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