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A Data Protection Officer's Work Is Never Done

Life after Brexit and Schrems II

Data Protection Officers (DPOs) and Heads of compliance are working in a new emerging and changing environment.  They require guidance on how to deal with these changes, and to understand the practical implication.  Many questions exist, and there is much discussion amongst peers.   
Recent judgements that affect the  DPO's work include:

  • the role of the DPO taken by the Belgian court, which highlights potential conflict in their authority and responsibility,
  • the recent EU judgement on the USA’s Privacy Shield (a judgement referred to as Schrems II), and its implication for cross border data transfers
  • Use of existing data sharing agreements and the standard contractual clauses and whether they are still appropriate for transfer of data from the EU to third

 

The upcoming Brexit deadline is also creating some uncertainty in areas such as the new UK GDPR and the UK’s position as an adequate country under GDPR – how will this affect UK based organisations?

 

Many companies will now need a UK and an EU nominative representative office, but do they know this?

In addition, there are still questions regarding DSARs too - Data Subject Access requests - how should they be handled?

All these subjects are of interest and some concern to DPOs and warrant ; DPOs are looking for insight and practical

The upcoming Brexit deadline is also creating some uncertainty in areas such as the new UK GDPR and the UK’s position as an adequate country under GDPR – how will this affect UK based organisations?

Many companies will now need a UK and an EU nominative representative office, but do they know this?

In addition, there are still questions regarding DSARs too - Data Subject Access requests - how should they be handled? 

All these subjects are of interest and some concern to DPOs and warrant discussion.  DPOs are looking for insight and practical ;
 

ADPP Brussels is holding a panel discussion / webinar to talk about these important issues with industry experts:

Date: October 30th at 12 noon UK time / 13:00 CET  

Zoom: Register in advance for this webinar:

 

 

Agenda:

– introduction to ADPP and ADPP Brussels

– introduction to panel members

– panel discussion

– Q & A

– close

When

29 Oct 2020 @ 01:00 pm

29 Oct 2020 @ 02:30 pm

Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes


Where


Organised by

Arena for Data Protection Professionals (ADPP)

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