In search of better data protection for those caught in conflict

Virgil Haden-Pawlowski / @thepawlowski

Humanitarian and international development professional

Virgil Haden-Pawlowski is a humanitarian and international development professional and an avid commentator on international policy and the intersection of technology innovation and human rights. Virgil has spent several years working with UN, government, local and international NGO stakeholders in development and humanitarian assistance programming and has worked for think tanks and nonprofit organizations in Canada, Hong Kong, Iraq, Turkey, Indonesia, and Haiti. He holds a Master’s degree in International Public Policy from the Balsillie School of International Affairs and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in Political Science and International Development from York University, Canada.

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In search of better data protection for those caught in conflict

In search of better data protection for those caught in conflict

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February 1, 2019

With millions of people around the world expected to receive humanitarian assistance in 2019, governments and NGOs are reviewing measures to protect the personal data collected in the delivery of that aid. Will it be enough to protect the vulnerable from digital threats?