This deliverable under WP1 Ethics requirements addresses the comments documented in the Ethics Summary Report after the successful proposal evaluation. The post-grant requirements for this deliverable are related to human participants’ involvement in the FARCROSS Project. More specifically the requirements are: 4.6 A description of the technical and organizational measures that will be implemented to safeguard the rights and freedoms of the data subjects/research participants must be submitted as a deliverable. 4.9 In instances where personal data are transferred from the EU to a non-EU country or international organization, confirmation that such transfers are in accordance with Chapter V of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, must be submitted as a deliverable. 4.10 In instances where personal data are transferred from a non-EU country to the EU (or another third state), confirmation that such transfers comply with the laws of the country in which the data was collected must be submitted as a deliverable. 4.19. Data Processing Agreement/Addendum (or equivalent) with data processors – including relevant assessment of the controls of third-party who store or process personal data – must be kept on file. FARCROSS is building a data-privacy by-design approach, in absolute compliance with GDPR, in the demos that is applicable, to allow data access to authorized users only but also to assure the non-openness of “sensitive” data related e.g., to transactions, etc. This is described in the design deliverable of each demo work package. Furthermore, FARCROSS innovative technologies are deployed in the secure environment of TSOs participating, which are already compatible with cyber security and data privacy regulations for their regular business.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 864274
Call identifier: LC-SC3-ES-2-2019