The SMEDATA Project aims at ensuring the highest degree of privacy and personal data protection through innovative tools for SMEs and citizens
SMEDATA will organise a series of awareness and training events, develop a self-assessment tool and a mobile application, disseminate and communicate project objectives and results
Management and expert staff of SMEs, their associations, their legal advisors as well as citizens will benefit from SMEDATA awareness & training campaign and innovative tools
We will provide an affordable and tailored made solution to the SMEs to assess the compliance of their processes with the GDPR and to ensure continuous process of SMEs self-improvement.
Chairman of the Commission for Personal Data Protection of the Republic of Bulgaria
Deputy Chair of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB).
Director of legal and international affairs at the Bulgarian Commission for Personal Data Protection with significant diplomatic and project experience.
After qualifying for the Bar, he moved to the Italian DPA (1997) where he has been the Head of IT Networks Department; now he is the Head of the “EU and International matters” Service.
Carlo Colapietro works as Full Professor of Public Law at the “Roma Tre” University. He is also the Director of the Postgraduate Master “Data Protection Officer and Privacy expert”.
Hristo Konstantinov is Managing director of Apis Europe JSC since 2018. In SMEDATA project he is acting as company’s team leader and leader of the mobile app development activities in WP4.
Vladislav Slavov is a chairperson of The Union of Bulgarian Jurists. He was a President of the Supreme Administrative Court (1996-2003) and a constitutional judge (2003-2012).
Milen Raykov is a Partner in EY for Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo. He is an experienced data privacy professional and a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Kamelia Angelova is a lawyer with extensive background in EU law. Ms Angelova is currently acting as chairperson of the Managing Board of EWLA – Bulgaria.