The National Center for Personal Data Protection (NCPDP) and Personal Data Protection Office of Poland signed a Collaboration Agreement in the field of personal data protection. The Agreement was signed by the Director of NCPDP, Ms Victoria Muntean and President of the Personal Data Protection Office, Mr Jan Nowak.
The Agreement provides for the development of cooperation relations between the two institutions in terms of achieving constant progress in the field of personal data protection and the promotion of good practices that will create favorable conditions for ensuring effective protection of personal data of Poland’s and Moldova’s citizens, which is significant in the context of the recent granting of the status of EU candidate country of the Republic of Moldova.
The NCPDP states that the agreement is aimed at various activities that will encourage the exchange of information on the application of European laws, regulations, standards and recommendations in the field of personal data protection, as well as the organization of activities focused on promoting the protection of privacy and personal data protection, cooperation in order to organize projects of common interest for both institutions at regional and national level, etc.
We remind you that the NCPDP has concluded another 17 national collaboration agreements with institutions from different fields of activity, as well as 9 international collaboration agreements with the Personal Data Protection Authorities from countries such as Romania, Ukraine, Georgia, Italy, Hungary, Latvia, Malta.