Monitoring activities within the SPIRIT Project will be carried out by internal and external authorities.
Monitoring activities within the SPIRIT project will be carried out by internal and external authorities.
Internal authorities are:
(i) the ethical and legal lead partner of the project UAB-IDT,
(ii) the Data Protection Officer, specially appointed to ensure strict compliance with the EU and national legal data protection frameworks.
The external authorities are:
(i) the Ethical Advisory Board (EAB) AB,
(ii) the Ethical Committees of the LEAs participating in the project,
(iii) National Data Protection Authorities.
Pilot PrototypingRead more
The SPIRIT project will take a novel approach in the development, testing, training and evaluation of a new scalable privacy preserving intelligence analysis for resolving identities system prototype.
SPIRIT will start the initial development phase focussing on the use cases provided by the End User Partners wrapped in the privacy by design blanket to establish an early prototype that will be installed in each of the End User Partners’ offices. The system will utilise anonymised data sets combined with developed functionality to trawl through open source data securely behind each partner Forces’ firewall and security systems.