Transnational character

Based on the fact that there is no common European framework on skills and competences needed in the data protection sector and current Qualification/Occupational profile is scattered among different levels of national legislation and integration on the field, our Project addresses the need of creating a “common ground” on skills and qualifications needed in for DPOs in the Health sector. The internationally interdependent environment that is already created in the data protection sphere thrives for common action at European level and beyond, while at the same time leading countries in data protection regime (Germany) become catalysers of European collaboration and “mentors” of knowledge transfer to less experienced countries (Greece and Romania).Enhanced transregional and sectoral mobility mechanisms will be developed as a means to fold out what the expert workers (top performers) in the data protection field do.