Online privacy tools for the general public: Towards a methodology for the evaluation of PETs for internet & mobile users

ENISA has published a study in the area of PETs for the protection of online privacy (online privacy tools) with two main objectives: a) to define the current level of information and guidance that is provided to the general public and b) to provide a proposal for an assessment model for online privacy tools that could bring more assurance in their use, supporting their wider adoption by internet and mobile users.

Institution: EU
Type of document: Study
Year: 2015
Topic: Cybersecurity
Type of victim: Victims of cybercrime