28 February 2018


The event sheds light on the more in-depth implications of the GDPR on the business activity, underlining the way that compliance with GDPR must take into account potential liability under competition regulations.

Attend the event and get clear answers and examples on the following issues, among others:


  • The competition risks attached to the portability right and what to do to avoid such risks. Philipp Werner will explain how GDPR and antitrust intersect.
  • How to better face the challenges triggered by running a data inventory and data mapping or a data protection impact assessment within your company and what you must take into account. Gert Maton will provide real examples and solutions to the problems corporations encounter when running a data inventory and data mapping or a data protection impact assessment.
  • What are the circumstances under which data processors risk being qualified as data controllers and what to do to avoid the risk. Jörg Hladjk will provide insights into this by sharing concrete case-law.
  • What criteria are to be taken into consideration when applying the fines and if the fines will be applied mandatorily in all cases - Oana Luisa Dumitru, ANSPDCP

Agenda


15:00 – 15:30 – Registration

15:30 – 16:15 – Portability right and Antitrust. Q&A – Philipp Werner, Partner, Jones Day Brussels

16:15 – 16:45 – What is to be considered by the local DPA when applying the fines? Are the fines mandatory for all breaches? Q&A – Oana Luisa Dumitru, Head of International Affairs Department ANSPDCP

16:45 – 17:15 – Micro-advertising based on profiling. How to use legitimate interest legitimately to advertise. Q&A – Gert Maton, Cranium International Holding NV

17:15 – 17:30 – Coffee break

17:30 – 18:15 – Challenges for data processors under the GDPR. What are the main obligations? When do the data processors risk being qualified as data controllers? What to take into account when offering international cloud services? Q&A – Dr. Jörg Hladjk, Of Counsel, Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection Practice, Jones Day, Brussels

18:15 – 19:00 – Challenges triggered by running a data inventory and data mapping or a data protection impact assessment within your company. Real examples and solutions. Q&A – Gert Maton, Cranium International Holding NV

19:00 – 20:00 – Wine and cheese tasting

Philipp Werner


Philipp Werner is a competition partner in Jones Day Brussels Office, where he focuses on German and EU competition and State aid law. He advises clients on competition aspects of M&A transactions and represents clients in merger control procedures. His clients include companies in telecom, retail, consumer goods, chemical, infrastructure, and health care sectors.
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Jörg Hladjk


Jörg Hladjk‘s practice focuses on European cyber security and data protection matters. He leads the Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection Practice in Jones Day Brussels Office.
He advises multinational clients across all industry sectors on a wide range of activities, including data protection audits, compliance strategies for international data transfers and their implementation, notification and approval procedures with national data protection authorities across the EU, data protection compliance programs and data security breaches.
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Gert Maton


Senior Privacy and Data Protection Consultant at Cranium. Gert has an extensive hands-on practice in advising companies what measures to undertake to be GDPR compliant. He works for CRANIUM since the beginning. CRANIUM’s expertise is in assisting organizations in implementing, maintaining and optimizing data privacy control and compliance measures commensurate with what is needed to support the business and making them resilient to information security attacks.

Oana Luisa Dumitru 


Oana Luisa Dumitru, Head of International Affairs Department, National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing, has an extensive experience on data protection matters and has been involved in the discussions at EU level on the GDPR.


Registration Fees

Per person

Standard 

BRCC / Amcham Members

1 representative

700 RON

630 RON

2+ representatives

650 RON

600 RON

AmCham Romania and BRCC members benefit of a 10% discount.

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