6. Training on data protection related to personal data and IPR

All personnel handling data need to undergo training in data protection if the data is personal or conditioned based on intellectual property rights (IPR). Persons or organisations collecting and managing personal information must handle the data according to GDPR, protect it from misuse, and respect the rights of the data owners.

Protection of intellectual property rights is another important aspect when working with datasets, including video, especially when research partnerships include industrial partners. The data could reveal algorithms of certain systems if re-engineered, and therefore need to be protected. Training on personal privacy issues and IPR needs to accompany the general training on the data security measures put in place to protect the data. The level of training should be adjusted to the content of the specific dataset to be protected.